Fairfield’s Anderson inducted into Slow Pitch Hall of Fame
Anderson inducted into Slow Pitch Hall of Fame
Fairfield’s Keith Anderson will be inducted into the 2018 Connecticut Slow Pitch Softball Hall of Fame on October 21 at Costa Azzura restaurant in Milford.
Anderson has been on 18 ASA State Championship teams throughout his on-going career as well as winning back to back National Championships with Heritage Carpentry in the very competitive 35 & Over division in 2005 & 2006. He also holds a 50 & Over National Championship with Latellas/Hard Hat Café won last season in Burlington, N.C.
Keith has been selected to 14 ASA National All American teams compiling a career batting average of over .625 as both a pitcher & shortstop.
Anderson is a lifelong resident of Fairfield, a fixture in the Fairfield Recreation Department and has coached girls softball in the Town’s of Westport & Fairfield while his daughter Summer was actively playing ball. He now splits time between his home in Fairfield and his “Happy Place” in Naples , Florida with his girl friend April, daughter Summer Marie, and his future Hall of Famer and grandson, Hudson.