Detroit 1963 is a four-part series about the city of Detroit at its high point when their auto industry was the envy of the world and Motown ruled the airwaves. The docuseries, produced by Zero Point Zero, will take viewers back to a time in America when people believed in the power and goodness of big corporations, had high hopes for racial parity, and looked to institutions like unions and the government to solve their problems.

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: None

Detroit 1963 - List of Detroit Tigers minor league affiliates - Netflix

The Detroit Tigers farm system consists of nine Minor League Baseball affiliates across the United States and in the Dominican Republic. Four teams are independently owned, while five—the Lakeland Flying Tigers, two Gulf Coast League Tigers squads, and two Dominican Summer League Tigers squads—are owned by the major league club. The Tigers have been affiliated with the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens of the International League since 1987, making it the longest-running active affiliation in the organization among teams not owned by the Tigers. It is also the longest affiliation in the team's history. Their newest affiliate is the Connecticut Tigers of the New York–Penn League which became the Tigers' Class A Short Season club in 2010. Geographically, Detroit's closest domestic affiliate is the Toledo Mud Hens of the Triple-A International League which is approximately 54 miles (87 km) away. Detroit's furthest domestic affiliates are the Lakeland Flying Tigers of the Class A-Advanced Florida State League and the Gulf Coast League Tigers East and West teams of the Rookie League Gulf Coast League which share a facility some 988 miles (1,590 km) away.

Detroit 1963 - 1919–1962 - Netflix

The minors operated with six classes (Triple-A, Double-A, and Classes A, B, C, and D) from 1946 to 1962. The Pacific Coast League (PCL) was reclassified from Triple-A to Open in 1952 due to the possibility of becoming a third major league. This arrangement ended following the 1957 season when the relocation of the National League's Dodgers and Giants to the West Coast killed any chance of the PCL being promoted. The 1963 reorganization resulted in the Eastern and South Atlantic Leagues being elevated from Class A to Double-A, five of seven Class D circuits plus the ones in B and C upgraded to A, and the Appalachian League reclassified from D to Rookie.

Detroit 1963 - References - Netflix