Pat Weber

He has played and coached his way to numerous championships in baseball, basketball and fast pitch and he continues to play and coach at the age of 61. Pat didn't grow-up in Tacoma-Pierce County but he played Little League, Babe Ruth and American Legion baseball as a youngster in Illinois. In the military he also played baseball and fast pitch. From 1977 to '87 he coached youth baseball teams in the Tacoma area and his 1987 Tacoma Dodgers (16 and under) won the state championship and participated in the USA World Series in Texas. In 1990 he turned his attention to "Over 30" Baseball. He began coaching and playing for the Tacoma Senators and they won league championships in 1991 Mickey Mantle League) 93 and '98. They were undefeated in league play in 1998. In '93 they won the Bronze Medal at the Washington State Games in Pullman and claimed the Gold Medal in 1994. They also competed in seven Roy Hobbs World Series in Florida in the 90s. His Washington Forties team played in the Nike World Master Games in 1998. In 1999 Pat took his talents out of town to be the starting centerfielder for Berry's of San Diego in the 60 and Over World Series and they became the undefeated champions. His '99 batting average was .455 and he had seven outfield assists. Weber also has a passion for basketball, playing for and coaching a 50-and-Over team since 1998.