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Coach Holowaty: “What can you say, whoever thought Wes could be a pitcher here and now an impactful pitcher? He has great movement on the fastball, and has developed a good curveball which makes him a key factor in the pitching game this year.”

High School : Participated in baseball and football… in baseball, a three year starter who was a two-time all-league selection as a junior and senior… also helped lead his team to a league title his junior and senior years…

PERSONAL: born Westly D. Dutton November 25, 1986…Major: Physical Education…Parents: Diane and David…Residence: Waterbury, CT…

Career Statistics Thru 2010


Favorite activity other than sports: Video games

Best place for pizza: Bar

Favorite actor: Will Smith

Most difficult aspect of college: Studying

Something that you may never live to see: Knicks win NBA title

Most difficult aspect of your sport: Hitting

Best athlete (any level) of all time: Jordan

Sport requiring the most strength: Football

Favorite pro team: Yankees

One thing you would like to do before you die: Travel

Greatest coach (any level) of all time: Phil Jackson

Your greatest thrill in sports: Close games

Most important invention or discovery in your lifetime: Cell phone

What would you like to get paid to do for a living? Play baseball

Most difficult interview question: All of them

Job you consider the hardest or worst to do for a living: Picking trash

Favorite amusement park ride: Water rides

Scariest nightmare: Falling off a cliff

Hardest class at Eastern you have taken: Team Activities and Games

A class you’ve taken that you’ll never need to use: Fine Arts appreciation

Favorite Olympic sport to watch: Curling

Funniest comedian: Robin Williams

Red Sox or Yankees: Yankees

Largest crowd you’ve ever been part of: Yankees game

Longest you’ve ever gone without sleep: 24 hours

Chances of the U.S. winning the next World Cup: 1 in 1,000

Amount of weekly allowance you would give to your children: None

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