The Florida Institute of Technology baseball program started in 1963 and Tim Wakefield was their first — and only — player to make it to the Major League level.
The Florida Institute of Technology has an entire page (click here to view it) dedicated to Tim Wakefield including this unique entry about his home run records:
"After graduating from Eau Gallie HS (FL) in 1984, Wakefield attended Florida Tech where he was named Team MVP in 1987 and 1988 as a 1B. He holds the school record for career HR (40) and in 1987 set season records with 22 HR and 71 RBI. He was the first player to be drafted from Florida Tech when in 1988, he was selected in the 8th round by the Pirates. Tim was inducted into the Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame on February 25, 1998. On June 4, 2002 he was named to the Sunshine State Conference Silver Anniversary Baseball Team. He was Red Sox player representative from 1996-2000 and donates money to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for every strikeout and win."
Source: Florida Institute of Technology.
Did you know that during Tim Wakefield's major league debut on July 31, 1992, he pitched a nine-inning complete game victory versus the St. Louis Cardinals and not one earned run was scored against him?