Lookouts future with Los Angeles Dodgers remains uncertain

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Could the six-year marriage between the Chattanooga Lookouts and Los Angeles Dodgers be coming to an end?

Los Angeles has yet to extend its player development agreement with the Lookouts, who have been Class AA affiliates of the Dodgers since September 2008. The Dodgers and Lookouts announced a four-year extension on Aug. 6, 2010, which runs through the current season that only has 11 games remaining.

"We're still working through that right now," Dodgers farm director DeJon Watson said. "Hopefully we'll have some information that we can share on that soon."

Three Southern League counterparts of the Lookouts have player development agreements through the 2018 season -- Tennessee and the Chicago Cubs, Montgomery and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and Birmingham and the Chicago White Sox.