The Georgia Tech baseball program started in 1895 and Weldon Henley was their first player to make it to the Major League level. Names that appear on the chart above in bold print are in the Georgia Institute of Technology Hall of Fame.
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Jason Varitek, who broke into the big leagues on September 24, 1997, holds or once held Georgia Institute of Technology school career records for most games played (two-hundred fifty three), most runs scored (two-hundred sixty-one), most hits (three-hundred fifty-one), most doubles (eighty-two), most runs batted in (two-hundred fifty-one) and most home runs (fifty-seven).