Brian Hollamon - Player
Inducted in 2018
An Eastern Shore native, Brian was a member of the 1989 Delaware State Baseball Champion Sussex Central High School and played in two Big League World Series. He was captain, MVP, and all-conference shortstop at Salisbury University, and was one of the most dominating players in the Eastern Shore Baseball League from 1992 - 2013 as an outfielder, catcher, shortstop, and third baseball. For 18 of his 22 years in the ESBL, Brian played for the Perdue Chicks and helped lead them to 11 league championships, and 5 national World Series appearances. Brian, who played 530 games for Perdue, dominates the Perdue all-time record book in many statistical categories. Remarkably durable and dedicated, he only missed 22 games in his 18 seasons with Perdue. He was inducted into the National Semi-Pro Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014. In addition to his accomplishments as a player, Brian also coached high school baseball at Mardela and Parkside from 1999 to 2017, leading his teams to many successes. Currently, he is the Head Baseball Coach of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.