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Congrats 12U Angels

By Amanda Rutkowski 08/19/2019, 3:00pm EDT

Congratulations to the 12U Drumb Angels,  in mid-July they traveled to Myrtle Beach for The Ripken Experience, Big Kahuna and came home Champions!    Wonderful job, can't wait to see what this team does in 2020!

14U Fastpitch Runner's Up at the Battle at Belle Isle

By Amanda Rutkowski 07/02/2019, 9:15am EDT

Congrats to the Angels 14U Fastpitch team on being Runner Up in the Battle at Belle Isle tournament last weekend, playing up in the 16U bracket for the tournament!   Congratulations girls!

2019 USSSA AA State Champions!

By Amanda Rutkowski 07/02/2019, 9:15am EDT

Congratulations to the Angels 12U Baseball team, coached by Mike Filliccia for being the 2019 USSSA AA State Champions!   This team has worked hard all season and it shows in their successes!   
Can't wait for these boys to carry their hard work to Cooperstown.

 

  • Angels Field Clean Up Day

  • By Amanda Rutkowski 03/25/2019, 3:30pm EDT
  • It was a good day yesterday at Angels Field for field clean-up. The field looks impressive.
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Anchor Bay Angels

The Anchor Bay Angels is a competitive travel baseball and fastpitch softball organization committed to developing the mental and physical skills of young athletes, necessary to compete at an elite level.   The organization is dedicated to instilling self confidence and reinforcing the importance of a proper balance of athletics, academics, family life, and community service to create a  well rounded young adults.

Jamie Gooch

Jamie Gooch - President

Phone: 5865310570

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Anthony Misiewicz


Anthony Misiewicz

After graduating from Anchor Bay High School in Fair Haven, Michigan, Misiewicz attended Michigan State University, where he played college baseball for the Michigan State Spartans. In 2015, his junior year, he went 5–4 with a 3.80 ERA in 18 games (eight starts).[1] After the season, he briefly played collegiate summer baseball with the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod Baseball League.[2] The Seattle Mariners selected Misiewicz in the 18th round of the 2015 MLB draft.