<b>Kevin Kilpatrick, Holy Cross</b>
The pressure was on Kevin Kilpatrick’s left arm from the start of the season. He might not have carried Holy Cross deep into the playoffs, but the hurler bound for St. John’s was still the most dominant pitcher in Queens, keeping batters off balance with an above average fastball, a knuckle curve and a changeup.
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