Well, this list is a little crazy. I’ve decided to just expand these lists moving forward (I won’t drop guys off), so all of them might get a little crazy given enough time, but the triples list is already nuts.

Let’s take a look at the most triples hit in one Valley League season (including playoffs) since 1994:

1Cody WilsonWinchester20177
2Matthew BirdWaynesboro19955
Steve SalargoStaunton19975
Jeff Van HoutenHarrisonburg20035
Brett GardnerNew Market20035
Tyler KuhnLuray20065
Grant EscueWoodstock20075
Cody HudsonWaynesboro20105
Brady WilsonWinchester20115
Shane BillingsHarrisonburg20155
Jose CarreraCovington20165
Tanner PooleWaynesboro20165
Zach EversWaynesboro20175
14David BurkeWaynesboro19944
Jason MichaelsStaunton19954
Alex FernandezStaunton19954
Adam RobinsonStaunton19964
Allen DinaNew Market19974
Ron BushNew Market19974
Dusty RhodesHarrisonburg19974
George OteroWaynesboro19974
Brett SpiveyNew Market20024
Steve HeadHarrisonburg20054
Bo DavisCovington20054
Lucas DeLongHarrisonburg20054
Collin CowgillCovington20054
Pat IrvineWaynesboro20074
Adalberto SantosWoodstock20084
Dave FallonWinchester20094
Ben HammerWinchester20094
Grant FillipitchWaynesboro20104
Mike GarzaWoodstock20104
Tyler MolinaroRockbridge20114
Stephen OswaldNew Market20114
Brad NolandWaynesboro20124
Caleb PalenskyWaynesboro20124
Thomas SpitzHarrisonburg20134
Demetrius MoorerCovington20134
Justin HarrisCharles Town20144
Matthew KoehlerWoodstock20154
Michael WielanskyCharlottesville20174
Austin EmblerHarrisonburg20184
Chase SudduthNew Market20184
Joshua CoxNew Market20194
Connor NorbyWaynesboro20194


  • There are 45 players on this list!
  • This list is peppered with MVPs, just like the other lists. There are six here. Can you name them?
  • Cody Wilson‘s seven triples dominate this list. There were 105 triples hit in the entire league in 2017- his seven represent almost 7% of the league total. His team hit 11… you can probably figure out what percentage he owns out of that.