Found June 27, 2012 on Fox Sports Ohio:
It was often said, usually by the man himself, that Pete Rose would go head-first and shoulder-first into a cement mixer andor a steam roller to score a run.And then theyd call a mechanic to fix the cement mixer and the steam roller.Thus it is no surprise that one of the signature moments, one of the signature photos in All-Star history, is from the 1970 game when Rose flattened Cleveland Indians catcher Ray Fosse to score the winning run, dislodging the ball and dislodging Fosses shoulder from its socket.It was the 12th inning of a tie game in sparkling new Riverfront Stadium, Roses new playpen, so he was playing in front of home admirers.Neither Rose nor Fosse had started the game Rose replaced Hank Aaron in left field at mid-game and Fosse replaced Bill Freehan at catcher in mid-game.There were two outs and nobody on in the 12th, score 4-4, when Rose singled to center off pitcher Clyde Wright. Billy Grabarkewitz singled to left, sending Rose to second.With Wright still on the mo...
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