Pete Rose believes he has a chance at reinstatement

Pete Rose believes he has a chance at reinstatement
Via Philly Sports Live
August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds to honor Rose with bobblehead giveaway

ST. LOUIS (AP) The Cincinnati Reds will honor Pete Rose with his first ever bobblehead giveaway Sept. 12 against the St. Louis Cardinals. Rose will be the third and final player featured in the Reds' ''Stars of the Queen City'' series. The giveaway celebrates the 30th anniversary of Rose's record-breaking 4,192nd hit on Sept. 11, 1985. Johnny Bench and Barry Larkin were featured...
Via AP on Fox
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Reds to honor majors' all-time hits king Pete Rose with bobblehead

The Cincinnati Reds will give a Pete Rose bobblehead to all fans in attendance for their Sept. 12 game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Rose, the majors' all-time hits leader, received a long, boisterous ovation from the fans at Great American Ball Park when he was introduced prior to the All-Star Game earlier this month. Despite still serving a lifetime ban for betting on baseball...
Via Fox Sports
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Josh Donaldson, Late Bloomers, and First-Time All-Stars

What made the 2015 All-Star Game much more intriguing than past years was the constant number of surprises. Despite the controversy surrounding Pete Rose and his being accepted (maybe) back into baseball, it was a real, cool treat to watch Rose and other Hall of Fame Redlegs take the mound pregame. I’m sure many would agree that the appearances of Ken Griffey, both Junior and Senior...
Via Baseball Essential
July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose’s amazing MLB All-Star Game experience summed up in 1 minute

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Via Fox Sports Ohio
July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

MLB Is Unjust With Enforcement Of Gambling Rules

Like most Americans and baseball fans, I tuned in to watch Todd Frazier win the 2015 Home Run Derby, as well as the American League defeat the National League 6-3 in the 86th All Star Game. These celebrations of the best baseball players the world has to offer also included Pete Rose, the longtime Red and all-time hit leader. Pete Rose was banned for life after admitting to betting...
Via Baseball Essential
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Reds: Significance of hosting the All-Star Game

Last night concluded the MLB All-Star weekend with the American League beating the National league, 6-3, giving them 3 wins in a row, and 7 of the last 10. Cincinnati has now hosted the game five times, with the most recent being back in 1988 at now torn down Riverfront Stadium. The Cincinnati Reds have a rich history, dating all the way back to the start of professional baseball...
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

The pre-All Star Game Show was like watching the GOP convention, except it was for baseball

Siri, take this down... Burp.What a load a crap last night, the pre-game show. Some Fox dooface was blathering about the Home Run Derby - the most exciting Home Run Derby in Home Run Derby history! - as if matters to anybody who isn't floating on the MLB payroll. And everywhere you turned, there was Pete Rose, in his white golfing loafers, looking like he still wants to fight...
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose cracks gambling joke about Hall of Fame chances

As expected, Pete Rose received a very enthusiastic ovation from the hometown fans in Cincinnati when he took the field before the All-Star Game on Tuesday night. Rose was selected by the fans as one of the Reds’ “Franchise Four” during pregame festivities, and MLB commissioner Rob Manfred was willing to allow him to take...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 All Star Game: Legends Honored, History Made in American League's 6-3 Victory

The 2015 All Star Game featured more than just the best players of the American and National Leagues – it featured the hit king himself, Mr. Pete Rose.
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July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose receives massive ovation from Cincinnati crowd at All-Star Game (Video)

No matter what the rest of Major League Baseball might think of him, the Cincinnati Reds faithful still have mad respect for Pete Rose. The 74-year-old Rose, one of the most divisive figures in baseball history thanks to his gambling controversies, was honored at Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Cincinnati as a part of MLB’s “Franchise...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose gets a minute and a half standing ovation at All-Star Game

Hit King & @Reds legend @PeteRose_14 walks out on the field at Great American Ball Park in front of his fans — FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) July 14, 2015 Prior to tonight’s All-Star Game, former Reds great Pete Rose was introduced as a “Franchise Four” with the Reds and shown on the big video […] The post Pete Rose gets a minute and a half standing...
Via The Majors National
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Pete Rose receives ovation from crowd at ASG

Pete Rose certainly is not the most beloved sports figure out there, but in his hometown of Cincinnati, he just might be. The 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was held Tuesday at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park, and before Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax tossed out the ceremonial first pitch, the league announced its 30 “Franchise Four” groupings — a team-by-team...
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose Joins FOX Broadcast Team For MLB All-Star Game Coverage

Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier stole the show — and the crown– at Monday’s Home Run Derby. Now, it might be time for another Reds star to steal the spotlight. Pete Rose will join FOX host Kevin Burkhardt and analyst Frank Thomas during Tuesday night’s pre- and postgame coverage of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati...
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Rose, Buck: Play All-Star Game like it counts

An excerpt from my latest Chicago Tribune column: ******* The All-Star Game didn’t determine home-field advantage in the World Series when Pete Rose was a regular participant in the ‘60s and ‘70s, but he recalled league pride placed a definite emphasis on winning the game. That meant the best players played most, if not the entire game. Rose routinely got four at-bats when...
Via Sherman Report
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Today in Tribe History: July 14, 1970

1970 – A violent home plate collision between Cleveland Indians catcher Ray Fosse and Cincinnati Reds star Pete Rose becomes the story of the day as Rose’s run in the 12th inning sends the National League All-Star team home victorious with a 5-4 walk-off win over the American League at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati. Fosse was selected as the backup catcher for the AL team...
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

The All-Time Phillies All Star Team

To make Major League Baseball’s 86th All Star Game more memorable, I decided to compile a list of The Philadelphia Phillies All Time All Star Team. According to The Phillies web site (, the players listed were on at least three National League All Star Teams as Phillies and played 10 or more seasons in Phillies pinstripes...
Via Complete Philly Coverage
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

The curious case of Pete Rose working All-Star Game for Fox

It still doesn’t completely make sense. Pete Rose remains banned from baseball, and yet he will be working as a pre- and postgame analyst for Fox for one of its signature events, the All-Star Game in Cincinnati Tuesday. Doesn’t add up, right? Major League Baseball had to sign off on Fox giving Rose such a prominent platform this year. Fox is a MLB network partner. If MLB objected...
Via Sherman Report
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose Has Snoop Dogg’s Support

Pete Rose is scheduled to meet with new baseball commissioner Rob Manfred in August to discuss the lifetime ban levied against him in 1989 and his hopeful election into baseball’s Hall of Fame. While baseball’s hit king might not have the support of some of his peers already in Cooperstown…there are some folks out there that truly believe he belongs. Sunday, while taking part...
Via Hall of Very Good
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Tommy Lasorda blasts Pete Rose for betting on baseball

Major League Baseball will take a break from games for a few days this week to celebrate its all-stars in Cincinnati. The Ohio city is, of course, home to the Reds, the team Pete Rose spent 19 seasons playing for. It has been confirmed Rose will be at Tuesday’s All-Star game and on the field...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Fosse: My body still hurts from Pete Rose collision

One of the most controversial moments in MLB All-Star Game history came in 1970 when Pete Rose barreled into catcher Ray Fosse to score the winning run for the NL in Cincinnati. 45 years later, Fosse says his body still hurts from the collision. “My body hurts. My shoulder still hurts,” Fosse told the AP....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose situation exposes MLB hypocrisy

Cincinnati, the birthplace of professional baseball, will host Major League Baseball’s annual All-Star game this year with much pomp and circumstance. Tens of thousands of fans will flock to Great American Ballpark to see the game and attend its various surrounding events. Many will travel down Pete Rose Way as they approach the stadium. Rose himself – and icon in Cincinnati...
Via Mile High Sports
July 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Rose hopes to meet commissioner, open to 'almost anything'

CINCINNATI -- Hits king Pete Rose says he's "open to almost anything" that Commissioner Rob Manfred might have in mind for reinstatement when they discuss his lifetime ban for betting on baseball. The former Cincinnati Reds player and manager hopes to meet Manfred -- who took over for Bud Selig in January -- when the two are in town next week for the All-Star Game at Great American...
Via AP on Fox
July 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Rose finally responds to gambling allegations on Fox Sports 1

At the beginning of last week, Outside the Lines released a report detailing Pete Rose’s gambling on baseball games as a player in 1986. There hasn’t been *much* in response to the reports from Rose, but on Thursday night, he went on Fox Sports 1’s MLB Whiparound and commented on the report to Chris Myers. Well, he sort of commented on the report. So. Many. Non. Answers....
Via Awful Announcing
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

FS1 exclusive: Pete Rose's first comments since recent gambling report

Pete Rose went on FOX Sports 1's America's Pregame on Thursday and made his first public comments in response to a recent ESPN report that claims he did, in fact, gamble on baseball as a player. Watch the full video of the interview above. Rose, 74, admitted in 2004 to gambling on baseball as a manager but has long maintained he never did so as a player. However, recent documents...
Via Fox Sports
July 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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