The Bi-State League was an American baseball minor league formed in 1934 with teams in Virginia and North Carolina. The league held together for nine seasons, being represented by ten cities from North Carolina and eight from Virginia. Only One team played in each of the nine seasons. The Leaksville-Draper-Spray Triplets, a team that was a combination of those three cities from North Carolina, was able to make the entire nine-year run. This combination also captured the league title in two seasons, 1935 and 1941. However the squad from Bassett, Virginia, won four league titles during the span, coming out on top three times in a row, 1936, 1937, 1938 and closing it out with the 1940 crown. This league's final season was 1942 and it was not revived after World War II.
1934 Danville Va, Leaksville-Spray-Draper NC, Fieldvale VA, Martinsville Va, Mayodan NC and Mount Airy NC
1935 Bassett VA, and Reidsville NC enter the league.
1936 No teams enter or left the league.
1937 South Boston Va enter the league and Fieldale left the league
1938 No teams enter or left the league.
1939 No teams enter or left the league.
1940 No teams enter or left the league.
1941 Sanford NC enter the league and Bassett Reidsville and South Boston left the league.
1942 Burlington, NC, Rocky Mount NC and Wilson NC enter the league and Martinsville, Mayodan and Mount Airy has left the league.
Note: Leaksville, Spray and Draper merged and change name to Eden NC in September, 1967