Although a void continued to exist in Quesnel in terms of 1943 baseball activity, Prince George experienced the formation of an Army Baseball League. The short-scheduled spring circuit was limited to six games, the results of four of these being reported in the Prince George Citizen, and was over in two weeks.
Fusiliers – Bushey P, Lewis, Trasolini C (also Rifles)
Rangers – Brooks, Dainard P, Maynard, McKenzie, Minarsky P, Riley, Whatley C
Rifles – Armstrong C, Bibbings, Clark, Marischuk, Trasolini C (also Fusiliers), Wigle P
(May 23) A capacity crowd was on hand at Athletic Park to welcome the opening of the Army Baseball League which saw the Rangers defeating the Rifles 2 to 1. The game was fast with plenty of action. The Rifles opened the scoring in the fourth inning when catcher Trasolini hit a run-scoring single to drive in Bibbings. The Rangers tied things up in the sixth frame when an error allowed Minarsky, who had doubled, to score. Winning pitcher Dainard plated the winning run, an unearned tally, in the top of the seventh canto after singling and advancing to home on an error.
Dainard (W) and Whatley
Wigle (L) and Trasolini
(May 25) The Rangers turned back the Fusiliers 12 to 6.
Bushey (L) and Trasolini
McKenzie (W), xxx and Whatley
(May 27) The Rifles broke into the win column by easing past the Fusiliers 2 to 0. It was a close game all the way with each team getting only two hits.
Bushey (L) and xxx
Wigle (W) and Armstrong
(May 30) The Rangers won their third straight game by blasting the Fusiliers 13 to 2 in a sluggish affair wherein the players experienced difficulty in fielding on a wet and slippery grounds.
Minarsky (W) and Whatley
Bushey (L) and Lewis