Bernie Allen

Allen, a T-quarterback from Purdue, had his best major league season his rookie year, with career highs in homers (12), RBI (64), and BA (.269). After that, his bat faded, and he was mostly a part-time defensive specialist. In five seasons with the Twins, he hit .318 as a visitor in Washington, but batted just .193 in 1967 after his trade to the Senators.

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