• BirthplaceMiami, MB
  • BornMay 31, 1939
  • Inducted 2007

Pat Angers was born in Miami, Manitoba on May 31, 1939. He was a versatile player who usually pitched or played third base. He was also a tremendous clutch hitter and helped Miami win five consecutive Provincial finals from 1952-56. Angers played Senior baseball from 1958-62 and 1971-80 with Miami, Selkirk, Keewatin, Binscarth, Fort Whyte, Precious Blood, Neepawa, and Carman. He played third base on Team Canada at the World Championships in 1972 in Nicaragua. Angers received the M.S.B.L MVP award in 1974 leading the Neepawa Cubs to the league finals with a 5-1-1 pitching record, four homeruns and a .357 batting average. Later, he coached in the Neepawa Minor Baseball Association. Angers was an outstanding highly competitive athlete, and he excelled in several sports.