James Hensel Hulvey
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 180 lb.
- School Shenandoah University
- Debut September 5, 1923
- Final Game September 5, 1923
- Born July 18, 1897 in Mount Sidney, VA USA
- Died April 9, 1982 in Mount Sidney, VA USA
Hank Hulvey had one game in the majors along with 19 years in the minors. He had a sterling minor league career - he was 17-9 in the minors in 1923, then 13-5 in 1924 and 11-2 in 1925, but was just getting started. He then had five straight seasons with the Hollywood Stars when he always won in double figures and always had a winning record. He then followed that up with other excellent seasons with Chattanooga (16-10 in 1931), Knoxville (18-14 in 1933) and Tacoma (15-9 in 1937).
Hank was also an excellent hitter for a pitcher, often hitting over .300 in the minors. He sometimes played outfield. During his one game in the majors, which came with the Philadelphia Athletics on September 5, 1923, he went 1-for-2. He was the starting and losing pitcher in a 6-3 loss to the New York Yankees.
Hulvey is a good example of a player who had a career far beyond that of the majors. Various sites on the internet disparage Hulvey because he only pitched one major league game, with even SABR (in an article about short-time major leaguers) saying "his only claim to fame was that he gave up Babe Ruth's 230th career home run."  His sparkling minor league career, both pitching and hitting, deserves to be recognized. To be fair, the SABR article did mention Hulvey as "a minor league veteran".