- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 6' 4", Weight 190 lb.
James Ramshaw pitched for the Australian national team.
Ramshaw came to the US for college ball, going 4-1 with a 3.78 ERA for Lewis-Clark in 1998. He was much sharper in 1999 (10-0, Sv, 2.97) as his team won the 1999 NAIA College World Series. He was superb that summer for the Cape Cod League's Cotuit Kettleers (1-2, 1.22 ERA, 17 H, 41 K in 37 IP).  He was third in the elite league in ERA, behind Kevin Zaug and Shawn Weaver. 
Transferring to Florida, he was redshirted in 2000 due to an elbow injury, pitching four games (1-1, 6.43) and underwent Tommy John Surgery. In 2001, he had a 5-3, 5.80 record.  He was 6-4 with a 4.80 ERA as a senior, the team's #3 starter behind Alex Hart and Keith Ramsey. 
He pitched for Australia when they won the 2003 Oceania Championship to advance closer to the 2004 Olympics.  He made his Claxton Shield debut for the 2003 Australian Provincial baseball team, going 0-1 with a 14.29 ERA, allowing 11 hits and 6 walks in 5 2/3 IP. He had a 5.40 ERA in two outings for them in 2004 and was 1-1 with two unearned runs in three innings in 2005.