Allen McDill

Allen McDill pitched for the Royals from 1997-1998 and appeared in 10 games out of the KC bullpen. A 6-0 lefty, McDill was originally drafted by the Mets in 1992 and finished his MLB career with 38 games pitched over four seasons with the Royals, Tigers and Red Sox. A product of Arkansas Tech, Allen recently joined Dave O to talk about his four seasons in the Royals organization, including Wichita, Omaha, KC and a LEGENDARY George Brett story, as well as all the other stops, too! (Photo Courtesy Kansas City Royals)

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  1. Great interview, it was fun to hear some new stories and others brought back memories of following Allen around at a couple Spring trainings and numerous minor and major league towns. I met Allen in the winter of 96 in Puerto Rico when he was playing on another past KC Royal and friend of mine Rico Rossy’s winter ball team. Allen was and is a great guy and as a big baseball fan growing up he made my childhood memorable with allowing me to be around the MLB parks and players and gave me memories for a lifetime.

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