Dick Nallin

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Dick Nallin
Dick Nallin 1925.jpg
Nallin umpiring in 1925
Sport(s) Football, baseball
Biographical details
Born (1877-02-26)February 26, 1877
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Died September 7, 1956(1956-09-07) (aged 79)
Frederick, Maryland
Playing career
1898–1899 Villanova
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1899 Villanova
Head coaching record
Overall 7–2–1

Richard Francis "Dick" Nallin (February 26, 1877 – September 7, 1956) was an American football player and coach and baseball player and umpire. He served as head football coach at Villanova College—now known as Villanova University—in 1899, compiling a record of 7–2–1. Nallin a Major League Baseball umpire from 1915 to 1932 for the American League. He umpired the 1923 World Series and 1931 World Series. During his umpiring career, he was home plate umpire for three no-hitters: Ernie Koob's on May 5, 1917, Bob Groom's the very next day, and Charlie Robertson's perfect game on April 30, 1922. As of the end of the 2010 season, only two other umpires have called balls and strikes for two no-hitters in the same month: Bill Dinneen in September 1923 and Bill Deegan in May 1977. He was also the home-plate umpire during Ty Cobb's final game on September 11, 1928.

Head coaching record[edit]

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Villanova Wildcats (Independent) (1899)
1899 Villanova 7–2–1
Villanova: 7–2–1
Total: 7–2–1

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