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Clint Evans recorded 547 victories during his 25 years as head baseball coach at Cal from 1930 to 1954. He was instrumental in establishing the College World Series and led the Golden Bears to the first ever NCAA CWS title in 1947. Overall his Golden Bear teams won six California Intercollegiate Baseball Association titles and tied for three others.
Included among the players coached were pro standouts Sam Chapman and Jackie Jensen.
The home of Cal baseball, Evans Diamond, was named in honor of the legendary coach. Evans served as ABCA president in 1947.