Hall of Fame

Tim Stump - Player

Inducted in 2019

Growing up in Felton, Delaware, Tim played high school baseball for Lake Forest High School. Tim, a right-handed outfielder, played one season at Cecil Community College in 1985. He then went on to play the final 3 years of his college career at Delaware State College in Dover from 1986 - 1988. In the Eastern Shore Baseball League, Tim played for the Milford Yankees in 1985, the Dover T&E from 1986 through 1993, and the Perdue Chicks from 1994 through 2001. Although Tim played a total of 17 seasons in the ESBL, the only statistics found were from his time with Perdue. In his 8 year career with the Chicks, Tim had a batting average of .317, a .383 on base percentage, and an amazing 14.3 plate appearances per strikeout ratio. Like fellow hall of fame inductee J.R. Dobson, Tim was instrumental in leading Perdue to multiple league championships and post-season appearances, although in another era. Currently, Tim serves as the Interim Chief of the Dover, DE Police Department.