Virginia League (1939–42)
Virginia League was the name of an American professional baseball league. It operated during four seasons from 1939 to 1942. It began with only four teams: the Harrisonburg Turks, the Lynchburg Grays, the Salem-Roanoke Friends, and the Staunton Presidents. In 1941, two new teams were added: the Newport News Pilots and the Petersburg Rebels. In 1942, the Turks were replaced in the league by the Pulaski, Virginia Counts.
This was the fourth professional baseball league to be known as the Virginia League.