"I had a lot of fun playing here," said Jennings, who is an Alabama native. "It was probably my best season playing when I was here."
Longoria and Jennings were Southern League Most Valuable Player Award winners in 2007 and 2009, respectively.
"This was probably where I made a lot of my fondest memories," Longoria said. "Of all the places I played in the Minors, we were taken care of the best here."
Longoria played a key role in Montgomery's 2006 Southern League championship -- capping his first season as a professional -- and spent the first four months of the '07 season with the Biscuits.
Longoria, whose home run in the 2011 regular-season finale clinched a playoff appearance for the Rays, also remembered a dramatic home run for Montgomery in 2006. He hit a game-ending home run that clinched a playoff series.
"Up to that point, that was probably the most exciting thing I had done -- from a personal standpoint -- in baseball," he said.
Stacy Long is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.