Taken by the Seattle Mariners in 41st round of the 2001 draft.
Tied Arizona’s single season record for games started (22) in 2004.
Season: Went 6-8 with 83 strikeouts and a 6.45 ERA in 22 starts and 118 2/3 innings pitched ... College World Series (June 18-22): Was charged with a loss in Arizona’s final CWS game against Georgia despite giving up only two runs on seven hits in 6 1/3 innings ... Long Beach Super Regional (June 11-13): Was the hard-luck loser in UA’s 9-4 loss to the 49ers in the second game of the SR. Worked six innings, surrendering four earned runs on nine hits with six Ks and one walk ... South Bend Regional (June 4-6): Did not earn a decision in UA’s eventual 7-4 win over Kent State after working 6 1/3 innings. Gave up just three runs on six hits with six strikeouts and three walks ... at USC (May 28-30): Worked six innings against the Trojans, but did not earn a decision in an eventual 9-8 loss. Gave up four runs on four hits with three Ks and two walks ... at UCLA (May 7-9): Won his sixth game of the season in UA’s 20-9 win over the Bruins. Worked six innings giving up six earned runs on nine hits. Stuck out six and walked just won ... UT-Pan Am (April 17-19): Tallied his fifth of the year in 7 1/3 innings. Gave up just one run on five hits with five Ks and two walks ... UCLA (April 8-10): Was charged with his fourth loss of the year despite working a complete game. Gave up two earned runs on eight hits over nine innings. Struck out six and walked two in the 4-3 loss ... Washington State (March 27-29): Gave up two earned runs on 10 hits to pick up his fourth victory of the year ... Round Rock College Classic (March 11-13): Gave up just one run on one hit over 6 2/3 innings for his third win of the year. Struck out six in the 10-1 win ... Sac State (March 6-7): Recorded his second win of the year in 6 2/3 innings of work against the Hornets. Gave up just one run on six hits ... No. 8 Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 13-15): Won his first game of the season in seven innings of work against the Titans. Gave up four runs on six hits while striking out four ... UC Riverside (Feb. 6-8): Struck out a career-high eight batters in a 5 1/3-inning no decision effort.
Played in the Cape Cod League for the Wareham Gatemen ... Went 3-2 in eight starts with a 3.21 ERA ... Struck out 25 batters in 47 2/3 innings pitched.
Cal (May 2-4): Worked an inning of relief in Friday’s 9-5 win ... Gave up two runs on three hits ... at Stanford (April 25-27): Evened his record at 3-3 with 2 1/3 innings of 1-run relief in Sunday’s 11-6 win ... Washington (April 11-13): Picked up his second save of the season with three innings of work in Arizona’s 9-4 win in the series finale ... at UCLA (Mar 28-30): Did not earn a decision in Sunday’s start. Pitched four innings, giving up three runs on six hits ... Struck out two and walked one ... USC (Mar. 21-23): Worked three innings of relief in Arizona’s 6-5 win on Saturday. Surrender four runs, all of which were unearned due to a pair of Wildcat errors in the seventh inning ... Wagner (Mar. 13-15): Picked up his second win of the season with eight innings of work in the 13-1 series finale victory ... Gave up just four hits while striking out a career high eight Seahawks and walking one ... at #9 Texas (Mar. 7-9): Made his second straight start and pitched well in Arizona’s 4-1 loss in the series finale ... Gave up three runs over 6 1/3 innings with six K’s and no walks ... #24 Texas A&M (Feb. 28- Mar. 2): Picked up the win in his first career start to help Arizona win the series two games to one ... Scattered eight hits over 6 2/3 innings. Gave up just one run while striking out three and inducing three double plays. Made the start in place of injured right-hander Richie Gardner ... Minnesota (Feb. 21-23): Worked two innings of one-hit relief of starter Sean Rierson in Saturday’s 11-5 win. Struck out one and walked none ... #10 Baylor (Feb. 7-9): Worked 2.2 scoreless innings in relief of starter Joe Little in Arizona’s 7-4 series opening win. Did not give up a run while picking up his first career save ... BYU (Jan. 30-Feb. 1): Made his first career appearance for Arizona with a 1/3 of an inning work in Arizona’s 6-3 loss on opening day. Struck out the only batter he faced with a runner on third.
Pitched for the Wareham Gatemen in the Cape Cod Baseball League ... Helped Wareham win the 2002 CCBL title ... Named to the all-star team ... Went 5-1 in the regular season with a 2.05 ERA and 41 strikeouts in 52.2 innings pitched ... Tossed a complete game, five-hitter in Wareham’s playoff victory over the Orleans Cardinals.
2002 Georgia Tech
Member of the 2002 Yellow Jackets team that played in the College World Series in Omaha ... Redshirted after making just three appearances ... ACC Scholar Athlete Award recipient ... Dean’s List member.
Participated at the Area Code Games, Team One National Showcase and on the Baseball America team coached by Jim Morris ... A four-year letterwinner for coach Jerry Dawson as a pitcher and outfielder at Chaparral High School ... Had a 22-1 record in high school ... Led Chaparral to back-to-back Arizona State Championships in 1999 and 2000 ... 2001 team captain ... Rated as the top prospect in Arizona by the Perfect Game ... Named one of the top 100 prospects in 2001 by Baseball America ... Was named one of the “Nations Finest Prep Prospects” by Collegiate Baseball ... A first-team all-State selection as a junior and senior by the Arizona Republic ... Named the Arizona Republic Pitcher of the Year in 2001 ... Posted an 8-0 record and a 1.00 ERA as a senior ... Was the winning pitcher in the 2000 state championship game ... Also earned three letters in basketball, earning all-city honors in 2000 ... Didn’t play hoops his senior season to concentrate on baseball ... Three-time Scholar Athlete at Chaparral.
Full name is Kevin Donald Guyette ... Born: December 3, 1982 in Lexington, Ky. ... Son of Robert and Regina Guyette ... Father was a starting forward on Kentucky’s basketball team that played for the 1975 NCAA Championship against John Wooden’s national champion UCLA club ... Has two brothers, Rob and Brian ... Rob plays basketball at the US Naval Academy and Brian is a soccer at Brophy Prep High School in Phoenix ... Majoring in business management ... Is active in church functions ... Enjoys riding Jet Skis.