(May 24) The Phoenix baseball team journeyed to Kaslo for Victoria Day, going from Nelson by boat, and took the measure of the Nelson baseball team to the tune of 14 runs to 11.
Phoenix : J.J. Strutzel, pitcher; W.X. Perkins, catcher; W. Keiver, 1b; H.C. Miles, 2b; H. McKay, 3b; C. Merrill, ss; L. McKelvey, cf; C. McAstocker, lf; G. Biner, rf
[The Phoenix Pioneer, May 28, 1910]
(Phoenix BC is now a ghost town but in 1910 it was a booming copper mining community.)
(July 1) Greenwood hosted a three-team tournament on Dominion Day. A fourth team, from Republic WA, was expected but opted out just before the tourney began. Greenwood defeated Phoenix 7 to 3 in the opener and advanced to play Grand Forks which drew the bye. The tournament final went 11 innings before Grand Forks prevailed 8 to 4.
Grand Forks : Haverty, Lamb OF, Lang, Reid, Wright P
Greenwood : Brown P, Russell, Thomas OF, Thompson
Phoenix : Strutzel P
[Boundary Creek Times, July 8, 1910]
(July 27) Nelson defeated Grand Forks 8 to 0 in a baseball game in Nelson on Wednesday.
[The Phoenix Pioneer, July 30, 1910]