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Safe at second

Victoria Jr. Mariners second baseman Robin Dix can
Victoria Jr. Mariners second baseman Robin Dix can't come up with the throw in time to catch Vancouver Jr. Cannons baserunner William Quito stealing second base in the first game of their BC Junior Premier Baseball League doubleheader, Saturday at Queen's Park Stadium. The Mariners won both games, 10-4 and 7-1.
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Victoria Jr. Mariners second baseman Robin Dix can't come up with the throw in time to catch Vancouver Jr. Cannons baserunner William Quito stealing second base in the first game of their BC Junior Premier Baseball League doubleheader, Saturday at Queen's Park Stadium. The Mariners won both games, 10-4 and 7-1.

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