Allen Kent Berry
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 11", Weight 180 lb.
- School University of Wichita
- High School Washburn Rural High School
- Debut September 9, 1962
- Final Game May 31, 1975
- Born May 10, 1941 in Kansas City, MO USA
Ken Berry was a very good defensive center fielder, known especially for leaping above the outfield wall to rob opposing hitters. He also had a strong and accurate arm. In 1966 and 1967, the Chicago White Sox had probably the two best defensive center fielders in all of baseball in their lineup, between Berry and Tommie Agee. Berry played the outfield corners while Agee was in center field and went back to center after Agee was traded to the New York Mets before the 1968 season. An All-Star in 1967, Berry won two Gold Gloves and finished his career with a .255 average and 1,053 hits in 14 seasons.
Berry was the New York Mets' minor league hitting instructor in 1995 and 1996. He was a coach for the Binghamton Mets (1998), Pittsfield Mets (1999-2000), and Kingsport Mets (2001). In 2007, he was a coach for the Brevard County Manatees in the Florida State League. In 2008, Berry was the Roving Outfield and Baserunning Coordinator for the Milwaukee Brewers.
- AL All-Star (1967)
- 2-time AL Gold Glove Winner (1970 & 1972)
Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1982||Oneonta Yankees||New York-Penn League||43-33||1st||New York Yankees||Lost League Finals|
|1987||Appleton Foxes||Midwest League||71-69||6th (t)||Kansas City Royals|
|1989||Birmingham Barons||Southern League||88-55||1st||Chicago White Sox||League Champs|
|1990||Birmingham Barons||Southern League||77-67||4th||Chicago White Sox||Lost in 1st round|
|1991||AZL Padres||Arizona League||31-29||4th||San Diego Padres|
|1992||AZL Padres||Arizona League||20-36||7th||San Diego Padres|
|1993||AZL Padres||Arizona League||24-31||6th||San Diego Padres|
|1997||Kingsport Mets||Appalachian League||37-31||5th||New York Mets|