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Harold Andrew "Hank" Allen (born July 23, 1940 in Wampum, Pennsylvania) is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the Washington Senators (1966-1970), Milwaukee Brewers (1970) and Chicago White Sox (1972-1973). He is the brother of Dick Allen and Ron Allen, and as of September 2006, the Allen brothers rank 11th in the MLB brother-combination, home run list with 358 dingers (out of more than 350 combinations all-time).

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  • Harold Andrew "Hank" Allen (born July 23, 1940 in Wampum, Pennsylvania) is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the Washington Senators (1966-1970), Milwaukee Brewers (1970) and Chicago White Sox (1972-1973). He is the brother of Dick Allen and Ron Allen, and as of September 2006, the Allen brothers rank 11th in the MLB brother-combination, home run list with 358 dingers (out of more than 350 combinations all-time).
  • Harold Andrew "Hank" Allen (born July 23, 1940) is an American former professional baseball player who appeared in Major League Baseball, primarily as an outfielder, for the Washington Senators (1966–1970), Milwaukee Brewers (1970) and Chicago White Sox (1972–1973). Born in Wampum, Pennsylvania, Allen threw and batted right-handed, stood 6 feet (1.8 m) tall and weighed 190 pounds (86 kg). He is the elder brother of Dick Allen, a seven-time All-Star, 1964 National League Rookie of the Year and 1972 American League Most Valuable Player, and Ron Allen, who had a brief MLB career. As of September 2006, the Allen brothers ranked 11th in the MLB brother-combination, home run list with 358 dingers (out of more than 350 combinations all-time).
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  • Harold Andrew "Hank" Allen (born July 23, 1940 in Wampum, Pennsylvania) is an American former professional baseball player. He played in Major League Baseball as an outfielder for the Washington Senators (1966-1970), Milwaukee Brewers (1970) and Chicago White Sox (1972-1973). In his Major League career, Allen also played third base, second base, and first base, and even made one appearance as a catcher. As an outfielder he was just fair defensively, making 16 errors in 374 total chances for a .957 fielding percentage. His most productive season came in 1969 for the Senators, when he posted career highs in batting average (.277), runs (42), hits (75) and RBI (17). In a seven-season career, Allen was a .241 hitter with 6 home runs, 57 RBI, and 104 runs in 389 games played. Allen led several leagues in his time, including the Pioneer League in RBIs (140) and batting average (.346), the Pacific Coast League with 288 total bases while playing for the Hawaii Islanders in 1966, and tied for the league lead in hits (176) and home runs (37) while playing for the Magic Valley Cowboys in 1962. He is the brother of Dick Allen and Ron Allen, and as of September 2006, the Allen brothers rank 11th in the MLB brother-combination, home run list with 358 dingers (out of more than 350 combinations all-time).
  • Harold Andrew "Hank" Allen (born July 23, 1940) is an American former professional baseball player who appeared in Major League Baseball, primarily as an outfielder, for the Washington Senators (1966–1970), Milwaukee Brewers (1970) and Chicago White Sox (1972–1973). Born in Wampum, Pennsylvania, Allen threw and batted right-handed, stood 6 feet (1.8 m) tall and weighed 190 pounds (86 kg). He is the elder brother of Dick Allen, a seven-time All-Star, 1964 National League Rookie of the Year and 1972 American League Most Valuable Player, and Ron Allen, who had a brief MLB career. As of September 2006, the Allen brothers ranked 11th in the MLB brother-combination, home run list with 358 dingers (out of more than 350 combinations all-time). Like his brothers, Hank Allen signed his first pro contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, but after five years (1960–1964) in the Phillie farm system his contract was sold to the Senators in January 1965. In his first taste of big-league service, in September 1966, he posted a torrid .387 batting average, with 12 hits in 31 at bats. But he was never able to win a regular job. In his Major League career, he also played third base, second base, and first base, and even made one appearance as a catcher. As an outfielder, he was just fair defensively, making 16 errors in 374 total chances for a .957 fielding percentage. His most productive full season came in 1969 for the Senators, when he posted career highs in batting average (.277), runs (42), hits (75) and RBI (17). He spent parts of the 1968 and 1970 seasons, and all of 1971, in the minor leagues. He was a teammate of Dick Allen's on the 1972 and 1973 White Sox. In his seven-season big-league career, Allen was a .241 hitter with 6 home runs, 57 RBI, and 104 runs in 389 games played. Allen led several leagues in his time, including the Pioneer League in RBIs (140) and batting average (.346), the Pacific Coast League with 288 total bases while playing for the Hawaii Islanders in 1966, and tied for the league lead in hits (176) and home runs (37) while playing for the Magic Valley Cowboys in 1962.
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