The Dodgers will keep at least one minor league affiliate in place next season, announcing on Monday a two-year player development contract extension with the rookie-level Ogden Raptors in the Pioneer League.
Dodgers special ambassador Tommy Lasorda was in Ogden and made the announcement of the two-year agreement to the crowd before Monday night's game against Idaho Falls.
The Dodgers have been affiliated with Ogden for 12 years, since 2003. This agreement runs through the 2016 season.
The Raptors clinched a Pioneer League playoff spot on Sunday, and after their regular season ends Thursday will battle the Orem Owlz in the Pioneer League South Division playoffs.
Ogden was one of five Dodgers affiliation agreements that were set to expire in September 2014. The Dodgers still need agreements with their top four minor league levels, and were rumored in recent weeks to be moving their Triple-A affiliation from Albuquerque to Oklahoma City. Their Double-A future in Chattanooga is also said to be uncertain.