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  • James Riley
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  • James Riley was the Visual effects supervisor for 24.
  • Riley is also the only athlete to have played both major league hockey and major league baseball. He played in the 1921 season with the St. Louis Browns and in 1923 with the Washington Senators. He also played several seasons in baseball's minor pro leagues. He started out with the senior Calgary Victorias in 1914-15 and then turned pro with the Victoria Aristocrats in 1915-16. The following two seasons he played for the Seattle Metropolitans, winning the Stanley Cup in 1917 Stanley Cup Finals.
  • James Riley was the attorney representing Jacob Mayhew. In 2263, Riley was called in to inform Lochley that the owner of the New Wave Holosystems Corporation was suing her. He seemed certain and sure that he could proceed and was confident that he would win. He was also quite smug and stuck-up and didn't seem to notice or care what was going or when he showed up.
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  • Visual effects supervisor
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  • James Riley
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  • Riley is also the only athlete to have played both major league hockey and major league baseball. He played in the 1921 season with the St. Louis Browns and in 1923 with the Washington Senators. He also played several seasons in baseball's minor pro leagues. He started out with the senior Calgary Victorias in 1914-15 and then turned pro with the Victoria Aristocrats in 1915-16. The following two seasons he played for the Seattle Metropolitans, winning the Stanley Cup in 1917 Stanley Cup Finals. After two years in the Canadian military during World War I, Riley returned to Seattle in 1919-20 for five seasons, During that time he also played some pro baseball. In 1925 he left hockey to concentrate on baseball for two years. In 1926-27 he donned skates again for a team in Dallas. His old Seattle coach, Pete Muldoon, now coach of the Chicago Black Hawks, heard of this and signed him up. Riley played in 3 games for the Hawks and 6 games for the Detroit Cougars that season, getting one assist. He then left for baseball again. He had one last hockey fling in California in 1928-29 before retiring.
  • James Riley was the Visual effects supervisor for 24.
  • James Riley was the attorney representing Jacob Mayhew. In 2263, Riley was called in to inform Lochley that the owner of the New Wave Holosystems Corporation was suing her. He seemed certain and sure that he could proceed and was confident that he would win. He was also quite smug and stuck-up and didn't seem to notice or care what was going or when he showed up. After the situation was resolved, he went to Lochley to tell her that the charges against her had now gone from civil to criminal. She then informs him that she and those under her commander are not responsible for damages incurred during military operation. As for the other charges, none of them would stick because the owner used her image without permission which would require a countersuit that he wouldn't win. Afterwards, she gave him the Lovebat that Corwin had bought for her, reprogrammed to speak insulting phrases making a fool out of Riley.