Stenhouse was a 28-year-old rookie sensation for Washington in 1962. With a 10-4 mark at mid-season, he was selected the AL’s starting pitcher in the year’s second All-Star Game, and allowed one earned run in two innings. But he went 1-8 in the second half to finish 11-12. Over his two remaining seasons, he compiled a 5-16 record. A University of Rhode Island graduate, he became Brown University’s baseball coach. His son Mike was an outfielder with the Expos, Twins, and Red Sox, while another son, Dave, was signed as a catcher by the Blue Jays.