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Greetings from Blacksburg!

125 Years of Baseball Celebration Weekend

All alumni are invited back to take part in the festivities during the Duke series
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for more information and to register.

Baseball was the first varsity sport at Virginia Tech, and the school started playing it in 1892.

Virginia Tech baseball's 2018 season will begin this weekend (Feb. 16) at the 19th annual Brittain Resorts Baseball at the Beach tournament held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This tournament opens the 125th season in the program's history, prompting the Hokies to commemorate this great milestone with a celebration weekend later in April.

The Tech baseball program started in 1892, with its inaugural campaign ending with a 2-0 record. More than a dozen decades later, the Hokies now compete in the nation’s top conference, have sent countless players to Major League Baseball, and this season, will open a renovated baseball complex at English Field at Union Park.

Over the years, the coaches, staff, student-athletes and Hokie Nation have been an integral part of telling the Tech baseball story. Tech is hoping its great alumni will join us in Blacksburg to celebrate their legacy as Hokies and the 125th anniversary of Tech baseball.

The celebration of 125 years of Tech baseball will run throughout the weekend of April 27-29, with on-field recognition to take place prior to Game 2 versus Duke on Saturday, April 28th - a 3 p.m. first pitch. For more information and to register, please visit: http://vthoki.es/BB-125Y. All alumni should RSVP via this link by April 1, and we hope to see you in there.

If anyone has any questions or would like more information, please contact Ryan Connolly via email at rconnolly@vt.edu.

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