Kevin Correia enjoyed a 13-year Major League career with the San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, Minnesota Twins, Los Angeles Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies before retiring in 2015. He posted a 76-98 career win-loss record and 4.67 ERA.
From 2009-12, he won 46 games and lost 43, earning 12-11 and 10-10 marks with the Padres and back-to-back 12-11 seasons with the Pirates.
At Cal Poly from 2000-02, Correia compiled a 17-10 win-loss record with four saves and a 5.15 ERA, striking out 180 batters in 227.1 innings. His 11 wins in 2002 is tied for No. 4 all-time at Cal Poly for victories in a season.
A 1998 Grossmont High School graduate, Correia attended Grossmont College for one season before transferring to Cal Poly. He was a fourth-round draft choice (127th overall selection) of the Giants in 2002 and was the first player from that draft to reach the Major Leagues, making his MLB debut July 10, 2003, against the Colorado Rockies.
In 2011, Correia became the first Pirates pitcher in 51 seasons to lead the MLB in wins (8) on June 1, leading to a spot on the National League All-Star Team.
Correia and his wife Diana have three children.