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Jesse Hall "Pete" Allen (May 1, 1868 - April 16, 1946) was a
professional baseball player whose career spanned two seasons,
including a part of one in Major League Baseball with the Cleveland
Spiders (1893). Allen played one game in the majors and went
hitless four at-bats. In that game, Allen played catcher. He also
played in the minor leagues with the Binghamton Bingoes (1893) and
the New Castle, Pennsylvania baseball team (1895). During Allen's
time in the minors, he played catcher and outfielder. After his
baseball career was over, Allen enrolled in the University of
Pennsylvania School of Medicine where he graduated in 1897. Soon
after, Allen began practicing medicine, specializing in proctology.
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