Daniel Edward Dugdale (1864–1934) was a Major League Baseball catcher. He played for the 1886 Kansas City Cowboys and 1894 Washington Senators in the National League. He continued to play ball in the minor leagues through 1897, primarily in the Western Association. He managed in the minors with the Peoria Distillers (player/manager) in 1896-97, Seattle Chinooks (1903), Portland Browns (1904), Seattle Siwashes (1907–08) and Seattle Giants (1911).
He became involved in Seattle's real estate market and became fairly wealthy. He used his wealth to build several baseball stadiums in the Seattle area. The main stadium in Seattle bore his name until it was destroyed in 1932.
- ^ Dugdale, Daniel E. (1864–1934), Baseball Pioneer
By Dean Hanley
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