The Red Wings were an affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals for 33 years (1928-1960), before spending 42 years (1961-2002) as a farm club of the Baltimore Orioles. The franchise played from 1929 through 1996 at Silver Stadium before moving to the modern facilities at Frontier Field in 1997. The Red Wings are currently the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins major-league club Rochester has had a franchise in the league now known as the International League since as early as 1885. The current franchise has been playing in Rochester since 1899, when the team was known as the Rochester Bronchos. The Red Wings are the oldest and longest running minor league franchise in the history of professional sports and are one of only two franchises in North American professional sports to have captured a league championship in every decade of the 20th century.