The Class D Leaksville-Draper-Spray Triplets was a Minor League Baseball team who played in three different leagues between the 1934 and 1948 seasons. The team was a combination of three separate towns from North Carolina (now Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina).
The Triplets played from 1934 through 1942 in the Bi-State League, winning the Championship Title in 1he 1935 and 1941 seasons.
The team joined the Carolina League in 1945, playing there three years before moving to the Blue Ridge League in 1948. In June of that year, the team moved to the town of Abingdon, Virginia, to become the Abingdon Triplets, folding at the end of the season.
|1936||65-51||3rd||Clyde Sukeforth||Lost Finals|
|1939||67-48||2nd||Arnold Anderson||Lost finals|
|Lost in 1st round|
Major League Baseball alumni
- Minor League Baseball Standings: All North American Leagues, through 1999 – Benjamin Barrett Sumner. Publisher: McFarland & Company, 2000. Format: Hardcover, 726pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-7864-0781-6
- Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball: The Official Record of Minor League Baseball – Lloyd Johnson, Miles Wolff, Steve McDonald. Publisher: Baseball America, 1997. Format: Paperback, 672pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-9637189-7-5