- Joined Baylor in the midst of its most successful run in program history, as one of only 13 teams in the country with 12 NCAA Regional appearances since 1998. In that span, Baylor advanced to Super Regional play three times, and the College World Series in 2005
- In three years at Baylor, served as Director of Operations and Assistant Coach
- Worked with pitchers, hitters, outfielders and catchers and coached first base
- The Transylvania Pioneers finished the 2012 season with a 4.10 ERA and averaged 3.0 walks per nine innings, the second- and third-lowest marks in school history, respectively
- Transy finished with a 21-19 record and solidified their seventh consecutive winning season. Four of his pitchers were named to All-Heartland Conference Athletic Conference teams
- In 2011, Revelette helped improve team totals in ERA, wins, saves, walks per nine innings and batting average against
- The Pioneers went 21-12 in 2011, including 19-4 run that was one of the best stretches in school history
- Transy earned a top-5 ranking in multiple NCAA Mideast regional polls and climbed to the top of the Heartland Conference regular season title race late in the season
- Served as general manager and pitching coach of the Lexington Hustlers in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League – a league supported by Major League Baseball and governed by the NCAA through the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball
- Nearly 90 players from 37 different institutions were represented in those three years, including four All-GLSCL selections, seven (and counting) MLB draft picks and 11 GLSCL All-Stars.
As a player
Revelette began his playing career as a two-sport standout in baseball and football at Lexington Catholic (Ky.) High School, where he played quarterback and tight end for a Knights football team that went 45-7 in four years with two District Championships. On the diamond, he was a pitcher and first baseman for the Knights, and was a two-time First Team All State selection.
Following high school, Revelette went on to the University of Dayton, where pitched for two seasons and was teammates with current MLB players Jerry Blevins (Oakland) and Craig Stammen (Washington). He then transferred to Kentucky, appearing in 29 games in two years for the Wildcats. As a senior in 2006, he helped lead Kentucky to its first-ever SEC Championship and Regional hosting opportunity.
In the SEC, Revelette competed against more than 25 future MLB players, including Pedro Alvarez, J.P. Arencibia, Alex Avila, Gordon Beckham, Michell Boggs, Julio Borbon, Chris Coglan, Zach Cozart, James Darnell, Josh Donaldson, Ryan Flaherty, Craig Gentry, Reese Havens, Chase Headley, Luke Hochevar, Tommy Hunter, Matt LaPorta, Wade LeBlanc, Lance Lynn, Mitch Moreland, Darren O’Day, David Price, David Robertson, Justin Smoak, and Clete Thomas.
Revelette signed with the Minnesota Twins following his college career and played two years in their minor league system, advancing to the Class-A Beloit Snappers with future MLB players Alex Burnett, Cole Devries, Rob Delaney, Matt Fox, Armando Gabino, Jeff Manship, Chris Parmelee, Wilson Ramos, Tyler Robertson, Rene Tosoni, and Danny Valencia. Afterward, he played two seasons in independent professional baseball, and was a 2008 Frontier League All-Star.
Played against the following MLB players in the minor leagues:
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