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Rams Escape With Win Over Utica

Posted 7/7/14
WATERTOWN, NY- The Watertown Rams (16-11) came back from an eighth inning deficit to beat the Utica Brewers, 6-4, (3-23) and maintain a share of first place in the PGCBL

Rams Win With A Diorio Walk-Off

Posted 7/2/14
WATERTOWN, NY- Matt Diorio (Central Florida) hit the first pitch he saw in the bottom of the ninth inning up the middle for a base hit, scoring Santino Alteri (Alvernia)

Rams Take Over Sole Possession of First Place

The Rams (13-9) win tonight in Elmira (12-9) by a final score of 4-2. Corbin Powers picked up the win for the Rams going 7 strong innings, allowing one run

Rams Score 5 in the 8th – Beat Mohawk Valley 8-5


Rams Split Double Header with Elmira


Diorio Bats the Cycle

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Watertown Rams Win With “Walk-Off”

Posted: 6/17/2014
WATERTOWN, NY- Chris Gaetano (Monmouth) drew a bases-loaded walk with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Watertown Rams a 4-3 walk-off win over the

Watertown Rams Win with Impressive Fireworks

June 7, 2014
This was the first win for the Rams season, giving them a record of 1-2 for the year. The Rams will travel to Utica tonight to face the Brewers starting

Watertown Rams Fall in Home Opener

June 6, 2014
Elmira led 5-2 going into the sixth inning but extended their lead to 12-2 with the help of timely hitting and Ram miscues. Christian Santiseban (Manhattan) doubled home two runs

Watertown Rams Home Opener – 7:05pm Start

Posted: 6/08/2014

Former Watertown Wizard (Rams) Makes His MLB Debut

Posted: 5/31/2014


Posted: 5/14/2014
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2014 Watertown Rams Player Update: Weekend of 2/28-3/3


Posted: 3/4/2014
2014 Watertown Rams – Weekend of 2/28-3/3

Matt Thaiss tabbed 44th best freshman prospect

Posted: 2/13/2014
Matt Thaiss (University of Virginia 2014, Watertown Rams 2013) has been named the 44th best freshman in the country for this upcoming spring by Baseball America. The freshman

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Ramp Up Player Signings

Posted: 9/18/2013
Let’s ramp up the player signings!! Here are three of our 2014 Rams…your Western Division Regular Season Champions!

Computer repairs Melbourne technicians explain malware

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Understanding the problem

Windows start popping up, and suddenly you are playing a game of whack-a-mole to address the problem. Dialogue boxes start surfacing out of the blue telling you that certain programs can’t be opened. Your hard drive appears to be working overtime even though the system is in idle mode. Contacts start alerting you about erratic emails they’ve received from you that you didn’t personally send to them. The system appears to be running slow even when lightweight applications are in use. The system starts crashing repeatedly over and over again. These are all signs of a potential malware infection.

How malware infections happen

Malware can occur in a number of ways. One can click on a spoof email and mistakenly download malware to their system. One can get Malware from a website that isn’t reputable. Software for an operating system that hasn’t been updated in a while also puts a PC at risk for malware infection. File-sharing and torrent sites also expose users to infection risks.

Addressing the problem

There are numerous Malware tools that can be downloaded from the various sites. These tools can remove the viruses, but in some cases, they can be ineffective because there may be additional repairs needed to eliminate the threat. Malware applications can remove some malware and perform the necessary repairs to address the problem. A technician can review all of the security settings and identify any other vulnerabilities that could be exposing the computer to risks. There can be hidden folders or additional settings that have to be made in order to remove the threat. If during the removal process important files are lost, a technician can help recover them.