Pete Rose, Jr.

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Pete Rose, Jr.

Date of birth
Nov 16, 1969

Ht: 6'1"Wt: 180 lbs.

Birthplace
Cincinnati, OH

Hometown
Cincinnati, OH

High school
Oak Hills

Summary
Peter Edward "Pete" Rose, Sr. (born April 14, 1941 in Cincinnati, Ohio), nicknamed Charlie Hustle, is a former player and manager in Major League Baseball. Rose played from to , best known for his many years with the Cincinnati Reds. Rose, a switch hitter, is the all-time Major League leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), and outs (10,328). He won three World...
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Coaching career
Playing career
Chattanooga LookoutsThird Baseman, First Baseman

Reading PhilliesThird Baseman, First Baseman, Left Fielder

Nashville SoundsThird Baseman, First Baseman, Second Baseman

Indianapolis IndiansThird Baseman, First Baseman

Cincinnati RedsFirst Baseman, Third Baseman

Birmingham BaronsInfielder, Third Baseman

South Bend Silver HawksThird Baseman, First Baseman

GCL White SoxThird Baseman

Hickory CrawdadsThird Baseman

Kinston IndiansThird Baseman

Columbus Red StixxThird Baseman

Sarasota White SoxSecond Baseman, Third Baseman

Frederick KeysThird Baseman

Erie OriolesThird Baseman

Nicknames
PJ

Where are they now?
  • Batting Coach for the Florence Freedom of the independent Frontier League. Jun 21, 2010

Family members on Fanbase
Pete Rose (father)

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Updated athletic career information for Pete Rose, Jr.
Added Pete Rose, Jr. to the 2012 Bristol White Sox team roster.
  • Set uniform number to 14.
  • Set role to Manager.
by Caesar Berardi Sep 04, 2012
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by michaeldotterer Nov 16, 2011
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Some of baseball's best teams fell short of title (Yahoo! Sports)
By next week, the St. Louis Cardinals or Texas Rangers will go down in the baseball history books as 2011 World...
Yahoo! Sports, Oct 21, 2011
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Top five teams to win the World Series (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
Dominating during the regular season is tough enough, but to continue that dominance into the playoffs and win the World Series puts you into my top five list. Here are the top five teams to win the World Series: 1927 New York Yankees: The '27 Yankees...
Yahoo! Sports, Oct 13, 2011
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Updated athletic career information for Pete Rose, Jr.
Added Pete Rose, Jr. to the 2011 Bristol White Sox team roster.
  • Set role to Manager.
by mlsekeres Aug 02, 2011
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Posada ends HR drought as Yanks top Reds
Jorge Posada ended a homer drought to lead the Yankees past the Reds.
ESPN, Jun 22, 2011
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A Series Matter: Red Sox-Padres and Identity Crises
THE CONTENTS: The Red Sox host Adrian Gonzalez's old mates, the San Diego Padres, for three at Fenway Park. THE EPIGRAPH: "San Diego: Drink it in." -- Ron Burgundy THAT'S THE ANCHORMAN QUOTE WE'RE OPERATING WITH? There are other, less family-friendly ones I...
Providence Journal Red Sox Blog, Jun 20, 2011
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This Day In Baseball History: June 11th
In 1904, after pitching 9 1/3 innings of no-hit baseball, Cubs pitcher Bob Wicker settled for a twelve inning, one-hit victory over the Giants, 1-0. For the second time in his career, OF Sam Mertes broke up an extra inning no-hitter with a single (he had...
Sox1Fan, Jun 11, 2011
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Johnny Bench puts onus on Posey's positioning
Hall of Famer Johnny Bench says Buster Posey's season-ending injury was the result of a mistake -- on the Giant catcher's part.
ESPN, Jun 04, 2011
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Reds will renew old rivalries in 2011 interleague schedule: A fan's outlook (Associated Content)
Cincinnati is going to be filled with anti-Americans for a few weeks starting May 20. They are going to be rooting not against their fellow countrymen, but against the five American League teams the Reds have to face this year in interleague play.
Yahoo! Sports, May 16, 2011
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Top 3 hitting streaks in MLB over last 10 years: A fan's report (Associated Content)
There are a number of untouchable records, but one that gets labeled as such more often than any other is the 56-game hitting streak of Joe DiMaggio. While "Joltin' Joe" was known for quite a bit more than just the hit-streak (he was a three-time MVP...
Yahoo! Sports, May 02, 2011
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Joey Votto is one tough out: A fan's take (Associated Content)
Aging Cincinnati Reds fans like me have seen several Hall of Famers, and the all-time hits king, take the field in our hometown. We saw the power of Johnny Bench, the singles of Pete Rose, Joe Morgan's impressive combination of the two, and the...
Yahoo! Sports, Apr 20, 2011
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Fan's take: Logan Ondrusek is Reds' secret weapon in bullpen (Associated Content)
It has been 25 years since the Cincinnati Reds had a pitcher win his first six decisions as a major leaguer. This season a relatively unknown Reds reliever is very close to exceeding that record. Logan Ondrusek, who received little recognition for the...
Yahoo! Sports, Apr 13, 2011
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This Day In Baseball History: April 7th
Opening Day, 1969, RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) In 1925, during a spring training game, A’s 1B Joe Hauser’s kneecap appears to shatter spontaneously… his other knee would also break in a similar fashion in 1934. In 1969, after throwing the first two...
Sox1Fan, Apr 07, 2011
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Worst of Opening Day, Part 1: Axford does not spell relief (Yahoo! Sports)
The reaction to anything that happens on opening day is usually overblown. We've waited five months for real baseball and then gorge on all that occurs, perhaps briefly forgetting that there are 161 more games to be played. Perhaps no … Continue reading...
Yahoo! Sports, Apr 01, 2011
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The Brewers’ start was just a wee bit better than their finish (Yahoo! Sports)
The Milwaukee Brewers chose to go with the good news first on Thursday's opening day, watching as their first two batters made history with two swings of the bat in the first inning. Unfortunately, that also meant they had to … Continue reading →
Yahoo! Sports, Mar 31, 2011
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Pete Rose Jr. (Indianapolis Indians) (5-20-1998).jpg
by thesemers Dec 24, 2010
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Updated personal notes for Pete Rose, Jr.
Edited the personal notes for Pete Rose, Jr..
  • Added nicknames: "PJ"
by mlsekeres Jun 21, 2010
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Updated personal notes for Pete Rose, Jr.
Edited the personal notes for Pete Rose, Jr..
  • Added where are they now: "Batting Coach for the Florence Freedom of the independant Frontier League. "
by mlsekeres Jun 21, 2010
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Pete Rose Jr
Pete Rose Jr
Indianapolis Indians' Pete Rose Jr. stands on third base during a AAA game April 15, 1998, at Victory Field in Indianapolis. Rose Jr. chose to become a free agent Thursday, June 17, 1998, rather than accept reassignment to a lower level in the Cincinnati...
by greg Dec 10, 2009
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