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Allen Shines in Final Start

SAVANNAH, GA - Kyle Allen pitched well throughout the season, but saved his best for the month of August, culminating with his final start on Friday. Now the right-hander heads towards 2010 with lots of promise and the desire to keep improving.

Kyle Allen didn't allow an earned run in his final start of the 2009 season, but due to a Charleston rally in the ninth, he pulled a no-decision in what figures to be his last game in a Sand Gnats uniform. Allen was brilliant Friday night, as he worked five innings and allowed only 3 hits and an unearned to the RiverDogs. Allen finishes his first year of full...

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