Cats sign outfielder Pat Hannon
The Fort Worth Cats announced today that the organization has signed outfielder Pat Hannon. The former Cat will be in uniform Saturday when Fort Worth meets San Angelo in the final game of the four-game series at San Angelo.
Hannon, 26, played two and a half seasons with the Cats before retiring on July 6, 2003 to take a coaching job at Boswell High School. He was the last member of the original Cats from 2001. Hannon batted .307 during his first stint with the Cats and was chosen the teams MVP in 2001 (.340, 7 HR, 52 RBI) and co-MVP in 2002 (.286, 7HR, 57 RBI).
Hannon played his college baseball at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth from 1997-2000. He was a four-year all-conference selection at Texas Wesleyan where he batted .401 for the Rams. The San Antonio native set Texas Wesleyan career records for home runs (53) and RBI (221) as well as walks and total bases. Hannon was a NCAA Division II All-America as a senior when he batted .421 with 18 home runs and 66 RBI.
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