Varitek to Speak at Tech Baseball Camp, Benefit Dinner Filling Up

Jan. 13, 2009

ATLANTA – Jason Varitek, a former three-year All-American at Georgia Tech and the only former Yellow Jacket baseball player to have his jersey retired, is slated to speak to attendees of the Jan. 25 hitting camp, head coach Danny Hall said Monday.

The Tech skipper, in his 16th year at the helm of the Yellow Jacket program, is holding a pitching/catching/defense camp Jan. 24 and hitting camp Jan. 25, both at Russ Chandler Stadium.

Additional information on both camps is available at

In other Tech baseball news, Yellow Jacket fans will have an additional week to reserve space at the annual Tech Baseball Benefit Dinner, which is being held Feb. 7 at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center. The deadline for reservations is now Friday, January 29. All those planning on attending this year’s event must contact Nick Scherer ( to reserve a seat. Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur is slated to deliver the keynote speech, while fans will have a chance to bid on various items in both live and silent auctions.

For more information on the Baseball Benefit Dinner, click here.


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