|Died||March 30, 1892|
Thomas Zacharias (abt. 1860 - March 30, 1892) was a professional baseball umpire.
Zacharias umpired 52 National League games in 1890, 35 of them as the home plate umpire. Zacharias resigned in late June 1890, stating that he "would rather work in an iron-mill than umpire". A few days before his resignation, loud protests from fans ensued after a call he made at a Philadelphia-Boston game.
- Buffalo Express, June 30, 1890
- Toronto Daily Mail. June 20, 1890 http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7F4DAAAAIBAJ&sjid=ZSgDAAAAIBAJ&pg=6490,3466307&dq=zacharias+umpire&hl=en
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- The New York Clipper Annual, 1893.
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