Hank Conger competed at Cooperstown Dreams Park in 2000 during the National American Tournament of Champions (N.A.T.C.) as member of the So Cal Mama's Boyz (CA). Prior to weekly game play, Hank tied for second in the King of Swat contest. Hank and the So Cal Mama's Boyz advanced to the N.A.T.C. championship game against the San Diego Stars (CA). The Boyz fell to the Stars, 15-9.
Hank graduated from Huntington Beach High School (Huntington Beach, CA) where he was a member of the baseball team. Directly following his high school graduation in 2006, Hank was drafted in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft, being chosen 25th overall by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Hank, who is a catcher, began his professional career in 2006, playing in the Rookie league for the AZL Angels in Arizona. After working his way through the minors, Hank was promoted to AAA action in 2010, competing with the Salt Lake Bees (UT).
Hank competed in the 2010 All-Star Futures Game (an annual baseball exhibition game between a team of top minor league prospects from the United States and a team of prospects around the world). With two men on and two outs in the fifth, Hank hit a three-run home run, sealing MVP honors for the game.
Hank received another promotion in September of 2010, when he was called up to the Major Leagues. He made his major league debut on September 11, 2010, pinch hitting for the Angels. Hank continues to remain an active player on the Angels' roster.