RVA - The Richmond Flying Squirrels, Double-A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, are excited to announce that additional celebrity guests have been added to the annual Flying Squirrels Charity Hot Stove Banquet on Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Siegel Center. Joining the event will be former J.R. Tucker High School standout and 2016 Squirrels catcher Matt Winn, former Squirrels and Philadelphia Phillies catcher Steve Lerud, current Squirrels pitching coach Steve Kline and former Squirrels pitching coach Ross Grimsley. Kline, an 11-year MLB veteran, returns to the Squirrels staff in 2017 as pitching coach for his third consecutive season. Grimsley, also an 11-year MLB veteran pitcher, is currently a radio host and analyst for the Baltimore Orioles on 105.7 The Fan. Grimsley was the Squirrels pitching coach during the franchise's first five seasons. Flying Squirrels hitting coach Lipso Nava is unable to attend due to his current coaching responsibilities in Venezuela. The quartet of Winn, Lerud, Kline and Grimsley will join headliner Bruce Bochy and new Squirrels manager Kyle Haines as celebrity guests for the event and are scheduled to sign autographs as well as partake in the event festivities. A timeline of the events are listed below. Tickets are available for purchase online with proceeds benefiting Flying Squirrels Charities and the Renovating Richmond's Recreation project. The Renovating Richmond's Recreation project is currently underway; with phase one already complete on three fields (click here to view progress).