Baseball was alive and well in Western Canada.
The Regina Elks retained the Saskatchewan senior amateur baseball championship by defeating the Moose Jaw Robin Hoods three games to one in the 1923 best-of-five provincial final. Earlier, in a best-two-out-of-three semi-final match-up, the Elks had disposed of the Saskatoon C.P.R. in two straight games.
Medicine Hat defeated the Calgary Hustlers to capture the best-of-five southern Alberta crown three games to two. A hoped for series against the Northern Alberta champs failed to materialize.
Three separate senior-level baseball leagues were operational on Vancouver diamonds during the spring and summer of 1923. A smattering of inter-league games took place, not only involving the Vancouver circuits, but also with the Dewdney League, a loop consisting of teams from the outlying areas.
The Vancouver Young Liberals’ downed the Nanaimo Coal City contingent to earn the 1923 British Columbia senior baseball championship.