You may not have even noticed that “league names” went away for the affiliated minor leagues last year after the restructuring that lopped off a quarter of the affiliates, got rid of the short-season low-A leagues, and saw MLB take over MiLB operations. But if you DID notice, well, you can un-notice now.
Because the league names are back:
Historical names are back for all 11 @MiLB leagues!
— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) March 16, 2022
You may have to slightly adjust your memory, though, because the Iowa Cubs are no longer in the Pacific Coast League, having been shifted to the east last year. So, the I-Cubs are now in the International League.
The Tennessee Smokies are still in the Southern League, the South Bend Cubs are still in the Midwest League, and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans are still in the Carolina League. Oh, and the rookie level Cubs are still in the Arizona Complex League.