Dudley hit the first major league pitch he saw over the Ebbets Field wall (4/27/29).
He became a .333 pinch hitter. Unfortunately, he was a pitcher who was often pounded.
In the one-third inning he worked in 1933, he allowed six hits and a walk for a 135.00
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»April 27, 1929: At Brooklyn, Brooklyn relief pitcher Clise Dudley becomes the first man to hit a home run on the first ML pitch he sees, one thrown by Claude Willoughby. Dudley will hit two more homers in his four ML years. He is more than matched by Chuck Klein, with a single, double and homer from the 7th spot, who leads the Phils to an 8–3 win.