Played High school baseball at Santiago HS in Southern California where he earned all California Interscholastic Federation honors as a senior and was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 8th round of the June 1980 draft.
Kevin did not sign with the Dodgers, but continued baseball career at Orange Coast community college where he earned all South Coast Conference honors and MVP of Orange Coast as a sophomore. Kevin was drafted 4 times while at OCC, by the Texas Rangers, New York Mets, Houston Astros and finally in the 3rd round of the June 1982 draft by the Toronto Blue Jays.
After signing with the Blue Jays, Kevin played 6 years within Toronto's minor leagues and 1 year with the Oakland Athletics minor league systems reaching the top of the minor leagues triple A level.
While playing in the minor leagues Kevin earned Topps minor league player of the month in May 1984, was voted top prospect in the South Atlantic league by the managers in 1984 and was recognized by Baseball America in 1985 as a top 10 prospect in the Toronto Blue Jay organization.
Following his baseball career, Kevin worked in the health and fitness industry 6 years before returning to college where he earned degree's in Exercise Science and Physical Therapy.
Kevin has been instructing and coaching youth baseball for the last 5 years. Kevin focuses on teaching:
1. Practicing with a purpose.
2. Improving your fundamentals.
3. Improving your mental approach
4. Keeping the challenge of baseball fun.