Luke Allen

  • LF
  • B/T: L/R
  • 6' 2" /220

Luke Allen MLB Career Stats

9 .111 0 0 0 .495

Luke Allen Bio

  • Full Name: Lucas G. Allen
  • Born: 8/4/1978 in Covington, GA
  • High School: Newton County (GA) HS
  • Debut: 9/10/2002
  • Last Game: 7/17/2003
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MLB Career Stats 9 2 1 0 0 0 .111 .273 .495


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Luke Allen Stats

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Luke Allen Awards

SOU Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2001 Jacksonville SOU

Lucas G. Allen Bio Info

LUCAS (LUKE) G. ALLEN...makes his off-season home in Covington, GA with wife Stephanie and son Logan Kale (1/18/02)...graduated from Newton County (GA) High School in 1996...signed as a non-drafted free agent with the Dodgers later that summer after playing in an American Legion tournament. 2005 Hit .287 with 23 homers and 92 RBI in 128 games with the Angels' Triple-A Salt Lake affiliate...played 62 games in right field, 30 games in left, 2 in center and 26 as the designated hitter...batted .366 (34-for-93) as the DH...made one appearance at third base...batted .296 (99-for-334) against lefthanders and .262 (33-for-126) against righties...was 13-for-16 in stolen base tries...hit safely in 14 of his first 15 games, batting .364 (20-for-55) with 4 homers and 16 RBI...hit .344 (22-for-64) with 17 RBI in 18 April contests, and .278 (110-for-396) in 110 games the rest of the way...had 2 homers with a season-best 6 RBI April 22 at Las Vegas...made one appearance on the mound, allowing one hit in a scoreless inning June 2 vs. Portland...had 6 home runs in a 9-game span June 2 (Game 2)-12, and 4 homers in a 5-game tear July 7-14...had a season-high 5 hits July 27 at Albuquerque, falling a long ball shy of the cycle...batted .312 (44-for-141) with 66 RBI with runners in scoring position, and was 8-for-18 (.444) with 20 RBI with the bases loaded...had 34 multi-hit games...hit safely in his final 8 games, batting .382 (13-for-34) to raise his average from .279. 2004 Signed a minor league deal with the Pirates and spent the year at Triple-A Nashville, where he hit .258 with 17 homers and 43 RBI in 123 games...appeared in 81 games in right field, 34 in center field, 3 in left field, 7 at third base and one as DH...also appeared once on the mound, allowing one run on a hit, a walk and a wild pitch August 23 vs. Oklahoma...hit .297 (22-for-74) in 20 games in April, then batted .250 (85-for-340) in 103 games the rest of the way...was 4-for-6 with a pair of solo homers April 13 at Albuquerque. 2003 Was acquired by the Rockies from the Dodgers for outfielder Jason Romano January 27, and signed a major league contract with Colorado February 18...during the final week of Spring Training, was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs, where he went on to hit .274 with 21 doubles, 6 home runs and 45 RBI in 127 games...played 89 games in right field, 30 center and 4 in left, as well as 3 as DH...enjoyed the 2nd big league stint of his career, getting recalled July 12 and going hitless in a pair of pinch-hitting appearances before being optioned back to Colorado Springs July 18...after hitting .250 (21-for-84) in 24 April games, hit .329 (28-for-85) in 25 contests in May...had a season-best 12-game hitting streak July 3-22, when he batted .370 (17-for-46) with 9 runs scored...batted .325 (25-for-77) in 22 games in July before hitting at a .237 clip (23-for-97) in 28 games the rest of the way. 2002 In his 6th and final year in the Dodgers chain, made his major league debut as a September call-up after earning mid-season Pacific Coast League All-Star honors at Triple-A Las Vegas...ranked 6th in the PCL with a .329 average...was recalled September 9, and made his big league debut the next night at San Francisco...pinch hit for Kevin Brown in the 6th, and drew a a pinch hitter September 14 at Colorado, stroked a double off Kent Mercker for his first major league hit...made his lone big league start September 29 vs. San Diego, getting the nod in right field and going 6 games with the Dodgers, was 1-for-7 with 2 walks and 2 41 games at Las Vegas May 22-July 2, hit .404 (65-for-161) with 7 homers, 31 RBI and 22 multi-hit games...went hitless in just 6 games during that stretch...hit safely in his final 8 contests at Las Vegas August 26-September 2, batting .414 (12-for-29) with 3 doubles, 2 homers, 11 RBI, 13 runs and 6 walks...had 53 multi-hit games overall. 2001 Played nearly the entire year at Double-A Jacksonville, where he was a mid-season and year-end Southern League All-Star...ranked 7th in the league and 2nd on the club with a .290 average...also ranked 2nd on the team with 73 RBI and 74 runs...was 5th in the league with 54 extra-base hits, while leading Dodgers farmhands with 33 doubles...was voted as having the Southern League's best outfield arm in Baseball America's annual Best Tools survey...hit safely in 7 straight games July 20-26 to earn Player of the Week honors leading up to his first taste of Triple-A July 28-August 2...batted .484 (15-for-31) with 6 RBI in those 7 games...went 2-for-9 with a double and a run scored in 2 starts for Las Vegas...hit .337 (30-for-89) with 16 RBI in 24 games upon returning to Jacksonville, where he batted .315 (112-for-355) against righthanders and .221 (29-for-131) against lefties overall...played 118 games in right field, 3 in center and 3 as DH. 2000 Was rated as the No. 7 prospect in the Dodgers system by Baseball America...ranked 2nd on the Double-A San Antonio club with 60 RBI in just 90 games before going on the D.L. July 25 with a fractured right orbit bone and missing the remainder of the season...played 86 games at third base, 2 at first and 2 as DH...was rated as having the best infield arm in Baseball America's Best Tools survey for the 2nd year in a row...was 14-for-19 in stolen base attempts...hit safely in his first 7 games, batting .406 (13-for-32) with 13 RBI en route to hitting .360 (32-for-89) with 25 RBI in 22 games in April...had 39 RBI in his first 34 contests...batted .274 (72-for-263) against righthanders and .237 (18-for-76) against lefties...hit .329 (24-for-73) when leading off an inning. 1999 In his first full season at the Double-A level, led his San Antonio squad with 137 games, 533 at-bats, 82 RBI and 90 runs as the every-day third baseman...led the Texas League with 12 triples, while ranking 4th with 151 hits...entered the season as the No. 5 prospect in the Dodgers chain according to Baseball America...hit .305 (101-for-331) against righties and .243 (49-for-202) against lefties...hit .321 (54-for-168) with men in scoring position and .350 (35-for-100) when leading off an inning...batted .315 (40-for-127) with 18 RBI over his final 32 games beginning August 1. 1998 Played in 105 games at Single-A San Bernardino before an August 1 promotion to Double-A San Antonio...finished 2nd among Dodgers minor leaguers with a combined 145 hits...led San Bernardino with a .298 average and ranked 2nd with 25 doubles...went on to hit .333 with 10 RBI in 23 Texas League games. 1997 Was a Pioneer League All-Star for Rookie-level Great Falls in his pro debut...hit .345 with 7 homers, 40 RBI and 50 runs in 67 games...had a league-best 22-game hitting streak July 7-21...was ranked by Baseball America as the league's No. 6 prospect.