Jermaine Lamont Allensworth
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 189 lb.
- School Purdue University
- Debut July 23, 1996
- Final Game May 29, 1999
- Born January 11, 1972 in Anderson, IN USA
Jermaine Allensworth was the first All-American in Purdue's 105-year-old baseball program and was dubbed by Baseball America as the third best prospect entering the 1993 amateur draft. Despite this prediction by Baseball America, he slipped to the 34th overall pick in the draft. He played in the majors from 1996 to 1999 and in the minors from 1993-2002. He was the regular center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates for parts of three years before being traded. He was having his best year with the bat, hitting .309 at the time.
In his second Major League game, Allensworth drove in the winning run in the 9th with a single. Three weeks later, he hit a grand slam.