Friday, December 14, 2012

Mantle World Owner Interview - deathinahole

Welcome to our latest "Meet Your Fellow Owner" interviews of Mantle World owners.  Today, we chat with deathinahole, the owner of the Wichita Judy Garlands franchise.  DIAH joined Mantle at the beginning of the current season (season 27) and brings a unique style and personality with him.  Lets find out a little bit about him.

Tec: Tell us a little about yourself.

Deathinahole: 45 year old married father of four daughters ranging in age from 17 to 22. Data analyst in a large general insurance company. Extremely whipped, but also stunningly good looking. Living with undiagnosed Aspergers syndrome.

Tec: Outside of Hardball Dynasty, what are some of your other interests and hobbies?

Deathinahole: We have an acre in the country, so we have a hobby farm with chickens and rabbits, and hopefully next year a goat. Also trying to start my own business with an idea I've had developing for years. On draft number 183 of the requirements.

Tec: Did you play any sports growing up?

Deathinahole: Curling was #1. The most mocked sport until someone plays it, and then they can't wait to play again.

Tec: Who are your favorite all-time players?

Deathinahole: Darryl Sittler. Dave Stieb. Steve Largent.

Tec: What has been your favorite real-life sports experience or memory?

Deathinahole: I was at Darryl Sittler`s NHL record 10 point game, Feb 7, 1976. Jimmy Key's final game as a Jay when he was trying to hold off the tears after he was pulled from the game, then saluted the crowd anyway because of the standing o.

Tec: What's been your most memorable non-sports experience in your life?

Deathinahole: The birth of my daughters. My vasectomy.

Tec: If you were an HBD player, what position would you play and what would your ratings be?

Deathinahole: 0 speed (fat kids used to beat me at the 100 yd dash), 10 range, 85 arm strength, 45 arm accuracy, 80 pitch calling, 100 temper, 5 patience.

Thank you DIAH for participating in our latest Mantle World Owner interview, and good luck to you going onward.

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