American Legion - Wareham Post #220 Baseball Program: My Site News
Sr. and Jr. American Legion Baseball - Wareham Post 220 Player Registration Is Now Open!
Wareham Post 220 Baseball competition in 2018 is open to high school and college players born on or after January 1, 1999 - who live in Wareham, Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester, parts of Buzzards Bay, and/or those who attend; Wareham High School, Old Rochester Regional High School, or Tabor Academy.
NOTE: Additional players will be considered based on waivers, recruiting area, etc.
Please register via the headline link by April 27, 2018.
If you have any specific questions, please contact Keith Delgado at email@example.com -or- Mike Messina at firstname.lastname@example.org
THANK YOU - to all of those who have donated!
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Wareham American Legion Post #220 Baseball: Photos (Courtesy of Dick Searles)
Information provided by Mr. Dick Searles: For Wareham Legion baseball photo's, go to dick.smugmug.com and left click on the album of your choice. You will see thumbnail photos on the the left side of the screen and a larger photo on the right. Left click on the thumbnail that you would like to view and save.
To upload a photo to your computer, do the following:1) First, create a folder on your computer desktop to store the new photos. 2) Now go to the baseball album you have chosen. Put your mouse on the large left photo and a menu will appear. At the bottom of the menu you will see a little file folder logo with a small green arrow. 3) Left click the file folder and "file download" window will appear. 4) Left click "save" 5) A "save as" window will now appear. Select "desktop". 6) Now the new folder that you previously created will appear. Left click your new folder and at the bottom right, click "open". 7) A new window will appear and at the bottom left, click "save" and your selected photo will go into your new folder.
Repeat this process for all photos you wish to save.... now you will have them all in your folder on your computer desktop. Now, transfer the new folder to a flash drive or burn them to a disc and take to the store to make prints. Someone in the photo department will be happy to help you download them into their system where the digital prints will be made for you. I provided all photos to you free of charge, however, you will have to pay for your prints at the photo store. I have post processed all photos to the 4x6 print size, which is the most popular size.
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