A Star Was Born Peter Rose
A star was born Peter Edward Rose on April 14, 1941 to a Mr. And Mrs. Frank Rose in the baseball city of Cincinnati, Oh. His parent?s didn?t know it then but they would soon be the proud parents of an extremely talented baseball player. Rose played a total of 24 years of baseball, including being the manager for the Cincinnati Reds ball club only six were spent with another ball club, 19 of those years were spent with the Reds. Pete was thought of as one of the most competitive ballplayers of his generation.
Over those years he achieved many recognizable awards, he was named National League Rookie of the Year in 1963; to be chosen for this honor over all the beginning baseball players takes a lot of skill as a player. Also, on September 11, 1985, Pete broke baseball veteran Ty Cobb?s record for most career hits (4,256), which to this day is still unbroken. Rose?s life is full of a lot of other great achievements also like: NL record for most years played, he played 500 games at five different positions.
On March 20, 1989 the Major League Baseball Association announced it was investigating Rose for ?serious
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