Players hit the fields during Wareham Little League's opening day

By Matthew Bernat | Apr 29, 2018
Photo by: Matthew Bernat Wareham Little League coach TJ Rose leads his team during Sunday's parade.

A parade kicked off baseball season for the boys and girls of Wareham Little League on Sunday.

Little League President Quirino doCanto greeted parents and players during a ceremony. He welcomed parents at the league’s ball fields on Charge Pond Road before a round of games.

doCanto said he was looking forward to another successful year despite the league’s number being slightly down.

He noted last year the league had approximately 190 players. This year, that number is roughly 175.

“I’m optimistic for this year I think it’s going to be very good,” he said. “We’ve got a lot of new, young players who have signed up.”

Wareham Little League games are held on Saturdays at the ballfields. For more information, visit

Comments (1)
Posted by: Steve Holmes | Apr 30, 2018 07:32

Still the best baseball to watch, and the most fun. Thanks to Mr. DoCanto and all the volunteers that make this possible for these young people. At 58 I still reach out and have connections with kids I played Little League with, they can make friends for life. Have a GREAT season and most of all have FUN!!!!

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