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Thomas Lynch (baseball executive)

Thomas Lynch
Thomas Lynch as National League president
Born 1859
New Britain, Connecticut
Died February 27, 1924(1924-02-27) (aged 65)
Hartford, Connecticut
Nationality American
Occupation Umpire, National League president

Thomas J. Lynch (1859 – February 27, 1924) was an umpire in Major League Baseball for 13 seasons, all of which were in the National League (NL), between the years of 1888 and 1902.[1] Known as an honest, but sometimes brash umpire, he later became NL president in 1910 as a compromise among the major league owners.[2] Although his time as league president was considered uneventful, he was replaced following the 1913 season.[2]

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Career statistics at Retrosheet

Preceded by
John Heydler
National League president
1910 – 1913
Succeeded by
John K. Tener

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