James Dudley (May 12, 1910 – June 1, 2004) was an American baseball player, professional wrestling manager, and professional wrestling executive. He played Negro league baseball for nine years but is best known for his time with the World Wide Wrestling Federation. Dudley was the first African-American to run a ...
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James Dudley. James Dudley Nickname: Big Train Career: 1938-1947. Position: c. Team: Baltimore Elite Giants Born: May 12, 1910, Baltimore, Maryland Baseball Career Highlights: Throughout Dudley's baseball career as a catcher for the Baltimore Elite Giants, he had the fortune and misfortune of being teamed with two ...
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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. James Dudley is a massive fan of stand-up comedy and spy fiction who finally figured out a way to combine those two things. He attended Villanova University and served in the U.S. Navy. He is a native a Delaware and a Philadelphia sports fanatic.