Here's a fact for you, only two former Virginia Tech baseball players have gone on to win a World Series in the majors.
That is a very select pairing but both of those men were back in Blacksburg tonight for a special event.
Friday night was 6th annual Baseball Night in Blacksburg as the Hokies get ready to open their season next week.
The guests of honor were Franklin Stubbs and Brad Clontz.
Stubbs was Tech's first ever All-American, and the first Hokie drafted in the first round.
He played ten seasons in the majors, hit over 100 home runs and won the 1988 World Series with the LA Dodgers.
Clontz still holds the school records for wins and innings pitched in a season.
The Patrick County native played six seasons and earned his ring with the '95 Atlanta Braves.
Stubbs is now a coach in the minor leagues.
Watch the video to hear their messages for current Hokie players.