James Arthur Stevens - Player
Inducted in 2019
James Arthur Stevens (August 25, 1889 - September 25, 1966), nicknamed "Steve", was a relief
pitcher who played in two games for the Washington Senators during the 1914 season. After the
1914 season, he played for the Frederick Hustlers of the Blue Ridge League in 1915. Jim went
to college at St. John's College in Annapolis, where Dick Porter (another Eastern Shore Baseball
hall of famer) would later play. He was born in Williamsburg, Maryland and died in Baltimore,
Maryland at the age of 77.