Allen’s change comes in at 82.4 mph and is capable of getting whiffs (15.8%), though it was less effective in the zone (89.7% Z-Contact). Thanks to above-average drop and some glove-side break, it held hitters to a .294 wOBA in 2019.
With above-average drop but middling glove-side run, the curve was not employed often by Allen in 2019 (7.3%). When it was, it was generally effective, finding the zone 54.6% of the time, getting a 40% chase rate and posting a 15.2% SwStr%. In play, Allen was maybe a bit unlucky, allowing a .425 wOBA with a .337 xwOBA.
The four-seamer was a below-average producer for Allen in 2019, allowing a wOBA of .450 and generating a 4.7% SwStr%. With average rise and run, Allen still leaned on it for 48.2% of his pitches.
Allen’s slider displays good depth with middling glove-side break and allowed a wOBA of .423 in 2019 during the 23.6% of the time it was used. Logan does throw it for strikes (42.9%) and gets decent whiffs (14.3%) but could stand to get more batters to chase (36.7%).