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Pete Rose dominated on the baseball field, and now he is reaping the benefits, making more than $1 million annually in autograph signings.
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MLB hit king Pete Rose is making a fine career in his post-playing days doing memorabilia signings in Las Vegas.
On Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported that Major League Baseball hit king Pete Rose racks in over $1M annually from signing autographs in Las Vegas. Rose, who’s now 72, lives in a condo just off the Vegas strip and writes his name for serious cash. Rose isn’t just doing one off card shows like some former MLB greats, he’s living up to his Charlie Hustle monicker...
Pete Rose received a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball after he was found to have lied about betting on games in which he played and/or managed. Rose maintained that he never bet against his team, but we’ll probably never know if that was the case. The MLB’s career leader in hits, outs, at-bats, and [...]
Rose should be in the Hall of Fame, but that is another discussion for another day. Right now Charlie Hustle is doing just that hustling to keep some cash in his pockets.
The Other Paper has the details.
Former Major League Baseball legend and sometime pariah Pete Rose — banned from the sport since 1989 — is still a star on the memorabilia circuit and has revealed he now earns...
Via the Wall Street Journal:
Since 2005, he has spent several hours per day, 15 to 25 days per month, 12 months per year signing his name for money. He signs and poses for photos with anyone who buys memorabilia from his business partners, with items such as baseballs and photos ranging from $75 to $800. And for this, Rose earns more than $1 million per year.
This blew my fuggin...
Pete Rose was supposed to appear at the IronPigs game on Father's Day to sign autographs and throw out the first pitch. He's not now, because it violates his "Lifetime Ban." Rose had voluntarily agreed to that ban to avoid having the Commissioner's office find that he had bet on...
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