BU Head Coach Steve Smith welcomed two additions to his staff on Monday.
Aug 26, 2013
Both Dorsey and Revelette are familiar faces to the program as Dorsey was a member of the baseball operations the last four years as a student, while Revelette was director of baseball operations last year in his first season with Baylor.
"I am very excited to welcome Seth back to the program," said Baylor Head Coach Steve Smith. "He's been very much a part of our team for the past few years as student manager and his experience will prove to be valuable as director of operations."
Dorsey was an integral part of the operations for two years as a volunteer student and two years as a student manager. Dorsey will handle all practice and game video needs for coaches, coordinate team and recruiting travel, manage equipment and assist with on-campus recruiting visits, compliance and student-athlete services. In addition, he will have a leadership role in the Baylor Baseball Academy.
The Conroe, Texas, native graduated in May with a Baylor degree in economics and finance.
Revelette ran the operations in 2013 after joining the staff on Aug. 9, 2012 and now gets a chance to get back to his coaching roots. Prior to coming to Baylor, Revelette spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Transylvania (Ky.) University. He served as the Pioneers' pitching coach, assisted with recruiting, coordinated team travel, organized practices, managed camps and clinics and handled scheduling. Revelette guided the Transylvania pitching staff to a 4.10 ERA in 2012, the second-lowest in the modern history of the program.
"Adam Revelette brings a wealth of baseball experience to our staff both as a former collegiate & professional player and as a coach," Smith said. "He is an outstanding young man who will have a positive impact on our players and program."
In addition to his coaching duties, Revelette is also the editor of Inside Pitch magazine, where he is responsible for writing, editing, planning and production of the publication, which focuses on providing cutting-edge information about the game of baseball. Revelette also spent three years as general manager of the Lexington Hustlers in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League.
Prior to his time at Transylvania, Revelette played four seasons of professional baseball in the Minnesota Twins organization and in the independent Frontier League as a left-handed pitcher. Revelette was named a Frontier League All-Star in 2008 when he made 14 starts for the Gateway Grizzlies.
A Lexington, Ky., native, Revelette played four years of collegiate baseball before signing with the Twins as a non-drafted free agent in 2006. He played two years at Dayton before transferring to Kentucky for the 2005 and 2006 seasons. As a junior in 2005, Revelette logged 25.1 innings of work over 21 relief appearances for the Wildcats, and he helped UK to the 2006 SEC Championship.
Revelette graduated from Kentucky with a communication degree in 2007 and earned a Masters of Business Administration in applied management through Indiana Wesleyan University in 2013.