May 8, 1950 |
|September 1, 1969, for the California Angels|
|Last MLB appearance|
|July 27, 1975, for the Chicago White Sox|
|Earned run average||4.69|
Lloyd Cecil Allen (born May 8, 1950) is a former pitcher for the California Angels (1969-1973), Texas Rangers (1973-1974), and Chicago White Sox (1974-1975). He was the first player born in the 1950's to appear in a regular-season game.
In seven seasons he had an 8-25 win-loss record in 159 games, with 19 games started, 22 saves, 297⅓ innings pitched, 291 hits allowed, 183 runs allowed, 155 earned runs allowed, 19 home runs allowed, 196 walks, 194 strikeouts, 11 hit batsmen, 27 wild pitches, 18 intentional walks, and a 4.69 ERA.
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