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Pete Rose

Pete Rose


Nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" for his style of play, Rose began his professional career in the NYPL with the 1960 Geneva Redlegs hitting .277 on a team that also included National Baseball Hall of Fame member Tony Perez. Rose made his MLB debut with the Cincinnati Reds in 1963 when he was named the NL Rookie of the Year. In 24 MLB seasons, he hit .303 with 160 home runs and 1,314 RBI's. Rose is the holder of numerous MLB career records including; hits (4,256), games (3,562), at-bats (14,053) and singles (3,215). He won 3 NL batting crowns, was named to 17 NL All-Star teams at 5 different positions and was part of 3 World Series championship teams (1975, 1976, 1980).