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The 1931 Golden Bears baseball team is best known for their head coach, a college baseball legend: Clint Evans. Evans played an instrumental role in establishing the College World Series and, in 1947, the Golden Bears became the first College World Series champions. In that tournament, Cal won a victory over Yale University. At the time, Yale was starting a young first baseman by the name of George Bush.
Through the course of his career, Evans would amass over five hundred victories to go along with six California Intercollegiate Baseball Association undisputed titles and three title ties. His influence on the sport is still being felt today and the legacy of his team lives on through this cap. Own your official piece of California Golden Bears team history and enter into the team's legacy that still impacts fans to this day.