On Saturday, the Cincinnati Reds unveiled a statue of “franchise” Hall of Famer, all-time MLB hits leader, and Cincy native Pete Rose. Rose himself was on hand to make the big reveal. Read more and watch video here.
This past June, all-time MLB hit king Pete Rose was officially inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame during a pregame ceremony at Great American Ball Park. His No. 14 was retired as well. Next season, the Reds will further honor Rose with a statue at the ballpark. View model of statue here.
PRESS RELEASE – Fans who make their way to Lawrence-Dumont Stadium during the summer of 2015 should be able to notice a celebratory theme in the promotions and events the Wichita Wingnuts have scheduled. Whether the organization is recognizing the 2014 championship team, welcoming one of the greatest players in Major League Baseball history, paying homage to a Hall of Famer, Continue reading
Pete Rose will manage for the first time in 25 years, as he takes the field as the skipper of indy pro Bridgeport Bluefish (Atlantic League) for one game at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport (CT) on June 16. Read more here. Check out Bluefish Rose gear here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Madison Mallards have announced Major League Baseball’s all-time hits king, Pete Rose, will headline the team’s sixth annual MLB Alumni Game presented by West Bendto be held Sunday, August 14, at 5:05 p.m. at the newly renovated “Duck Pond.” Continue reading