A few of those leagues have agreed to play along with our Q&A format. One such league is the Altered States League. This and their sister league (the Eternal Squabblers League who we will meet next week) could very well be the CFCL's doppelganger. We'll explore that more in a future post.
Drew Gallagher, original ASL member and owner of the Drewers, graciously agreed to help us out this week. He and his best friend (sound familiar to any league you know) Chris Malinowski, have been running the two leagues forever. When I approached both of them for the Q&A, they readily agreed. I then sent out the Qs for their As. Here's the hilarious part. THEY RETURNED THE As WITHIN FOUR MINUTES OF EACH OTHER! Talk about competition! Since Drew crossed the e-mail finish line first, he gets to lead off.
He started the ASL back in 1985 at the age of 15! Couldn't even drive himself to his first draft. The Drewers have tasted the sweet nectar of Yoo-Hoo once back in 2000 and have three 2nd place finishes as well.
I can honestly say one of the best parts of us celebrating the 30 years of the CFCL and doing this blog is the opportunity to connect with, not only former CFCL owners, but other league owners as well. Drew and Chris are two of the good guys. Amazingly entertaining, generous and just cool in general. It's time to meet the Drewers.