But for the most part they are, as I said, small cities. Here are the cities that have AAA baseball teams, the highest level of minor-league baseball: Buffalo, Allentown, Pawtucket, Rochester, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Syracuse, Durham, Lawrenceville (suburb of Atlanta), Norfolk, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville, Toledo, Colorado Springs, Des Moines, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Round Rock (suburb of Austin), Fresno, Reno, Sacramento, Tacoma, Albuquerque, El Paso, Las Vegas, Salt Lake. Good places all, including a few that have major-league teams in other sports. But as a whole, looking at them from a major-league viewpoint, they are decidedly small market and even smaller market. Nobody expects teams there to draw the way that teams in New York and Los Angeles do.