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Beat the move

Vancouver Cannons baserunner Max Woods dives back to first base to beat a pickoff attempt in the first game of their BC Premier Baseball League doubleheader against the Victoria Mariners, Saturday at Queen
Vancouver Cannons baserunner Max Woods dives back to first base to beat a pickoff attempt in the first game of their BC Premier Baseball League doubleheader against the Victoria Mariners, Saturday at Queen's Park Stadium. The Cannons lost the first game 11-1 before rebounding to take the second game 7-5.
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Vancouver Cannons baserunner Max Woods dives back to first base to beat a pickoff attempt in the first game of their BC Premier Baseball League doubleheader against the Victoria Mariners, Saturday at Queen's Park Stadium. The Cannons lost the first game 11-1 before rebounding to take the second game 7-5.

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