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Mutz, a native of the San Fernando Valley, is currently the head coach at Chaminade College Preparatory High School, one of the nation's best programs at producing high school baseball talent. He has also spent time as the head coach of Thousand Oaks High School and Oaks Christian High School, both in southern California. Prior to embarking on a teaching and coaching career, Mutz played NCAA Division I baseball at the University of Hawaii. Following his time as a Rainbow Warrior, he was drafted in the 23rd round of the Major League Baseball draft by the California Angels. He pitched three seasons in the Angels organization, played briefly with the Oakland Athletics in 1994, and was a scout for both the Diamondbacks and A's from 1994 to 1998. In between his professional playing and scouting stints, he served as the manager of the Kenai Peninsula Oilers, where he was named ABL manager of the year in 1991.
His Managerial record with the Sweets: