1941 CARIBOO BASEBALL
No wartime baseball of any sort was played in Prince George or Quesnel during 1941.
1941 CROW'S NEST PASS
(June 1) Coleman won the opening game of the 1941 Crow’s Nest Pass senior Baseball League, beatong Kimberley 2 to 1 behind the six-hit pitching of Art Molineau. Coleman scored twice in the sixth frame to grab the lead after Jimmy Livingston, Kimberley’s leadoff batter, had opened the game with a homer.
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(July 13) Kimberley moved into second place in the Crow's Nest loop with a sweep of a double-header over Natal-Michel Buffaloes, 6-2 and 4--2 at Kimberley.
Final Standings P W L Pct.
Kimberley 12 8 4 .667
Michel-Natal Buffaloes 12 8 4 .667
Coleman Pucksters 12 6 6 .500
Blairmore Columbus Club 12 2 10 .167
No semi-finals were held. Instead, the two deadlocked first-place finishers met head-on in a best-of-five showdown for the 1941 tiara which began in late August. After three games had been played in the series, the Michel-Natal Buffaloes held a two games to one lead but then numerous postponements due to bad weather made further play impossible and league officials awarded the 1941 championship to the Buffaloes in late September.