Evans, Billy

William George Evans
Born: February 10, 1884, Chicago, Illinois
Died: January 23, 1956, Miami, Florida
Elected to the Hall of Fame by Veterans Committee: 1973
Biography: 

The arbiter Billy Evans joined the American League umpire crew in 1906 at the age of 22, becoming the youngest major league umpire. Working six Fall Classics in his 22-year career, Evans was lauded for fairness and superior integrity. Besides being an umpire, Evans contributed articles to several publications and authored "Umpiring from the Inside." He also served as a front office executive for various teams after retiring.

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that Billy Evans briefly served as general manager of the National Football League's Cleveland (now St. Louis) Rams?
If I was pitching a world's championship game and Billy Evans gave ten rank decisions and it cost me the pennant I wouldn't open my mouth. He is the best, fairest and squarest umpire in the league.
One of the Yankees' best pitchers (Unknown)