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  1. Pete Rose: Baseball's Charlie Hustle (Great American Sports Legends)
  2. Pete Rose (Baseball Legends) by Thomas W. Gilbert, 1995-03
  3. Pete Rose: Baseball's All-Time Hit King by William A. Cook, 2003-12
  4. Pete Rose: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by David Jordan, 2004-09-30
  5. Pete Rose Baseball's Charlie Hustle by Nathan Aaseng, 1981
  6. Pete Rose's Winning Baseball by Pete Rose, Bob Hertzel, 1976-05-01
  7. 4192!: A Celebration of Pete Rose, Baseball's Record-Breaking Hitter
  8. Baseball Infielders: Pete Rose, Jr., Tom Burgess, Doug Ault, Reno Bertoia, Jim Cockman, Todd Betts
  9. THE MAJORS-----An Official MagazineOf The Major League Baseball 1985Pete Rose Cover by Various Authors, 1985
  10. Pete Rose Baseball Superstars Comics #4
  11. Pete Rose (Baseball superstars comics) by Mitsi Herrera, 1992
  12. Charlie Hustle: The Uninhibited Diary of Pete Rose, One of Baseball's Most Explo by Pete; Hertzel, Bob Rose, 1975-01-01
  13. Pete Rose: My life in baseball (An I want to know about book) by Pete Rose, 1979
  14. Pete Rose Is Bannedfrom Baseball: An entry from Gale's <i>American Decades: Primary Sources</i>

1. The Baseball Archive - Pete Rose FAQ
Official Statement Regarding Pete Rose from the Baseball Hall of Fame Home Feedback

2. The Official Home Of Pete Rose - Biography, Stats, Records, And
Official site of Pete Rose, with fan club information and memorabilia for sale

3. Pete Rose Statistics -
Pete Rose batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason

4. Pete Rose In The Hall Of Fame?
Baseball Research Alliance Other Pete Rose Related Sites. The Pete Rose FAQ by Sean Lahman. The Dowd Report. Official Pete Rose Home Page. Pete

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"The banishment for life of Pete Rose from baseball is the sad end of a sorry episode.

6. Pete Rose Baseball Cards
Pete Rose baseball cards for sale at Over 2 000 different players listed from A to Z!

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8. Bart Giamatti
his devotion to baseball's tradition. Named president of the NL in December 1986, he gained attention for his 30day suspension of Pete Rose in

9. CNN/SI - Baseball - Pete Rose
Pete Rose Bats Both Throws Right Height 5' 11" Weight 192 lbs. Born Apr 14, 1941 in Cincinnati, Ohio College None

10. ESPN Plans Movie On Pete Rose - Baseball -

11. The Exile Of Pete Rose
Veteran sportswriter pete Coutros' outspoken commentary on pete rose, the AllCentury Dream Team Player exiled from baseball's hallowed halls. From Eve's Magazine.
Pete Rose, the All-Century Player exiled from baseball's hallowed halls. The Exile of Pete Rose By Pete Coutros Jim (Just Call Me Dorian) Gray has Pete Rose lined up in the cross-hairs. His finger's on the trigger, itching to squeeze off a round, reduce the old baseballer to a bleeding cadaver. But first, he demands that Rose fess up, spill his guts. For the viewing delectation of all those millions tuned into NBC for the opening game of the World Series in Atlanta. Exiled from the game 10 years ago for betting on baseball (did he bet on his team? against it? only the commissioner knows and he ain't talking), Rose has repeatedly fended off, danced around the subject in dozens of debates with the media. Debate, hell; inquisition is what Gray has in mind. He demands an apology, some evidence of contrition, self-flagellation with chains might be just the thing, provide a spark of excitement for NBC on a night that's going to end routinely and predictably with the Yankees squishing the home-standing Braves. En route to four straight, again. Ultimately, with some prodding from his bosses, Gray apologized for his boorish behavior. His

12. Pete Rose Statistics -
pete rose batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statisticsfor each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards he
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Peter Edward Rose Sr. (Charlie Hustle) Bats Both, Throws Right
Height Weight 200 lb.
April 8, 1963
Final Game
August 17, 1986
April 14 in Cincinnati, OH Signed by the Cincinnati Reds as an amateur free agent in 1960. All Transactions Managerial record
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Our gridiron counterpart. Our cager counterpart Subscribe to our mailing list Brian Cassner sponsor(s) this page. You can sponsor a page Page Expires: 2006-01-07 Alert Me! Pete has always been my favorite player. I've watched Pete play many times and he gave it his all every game. Just look at his numbers to see why he will hopefully soon be in the Hall of Fame. Batting Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG TB SH SF IBB HBP GDP ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 1963 22 CIN NL CIN NL ... NL TOT NL CIN NL CIN ... NL 72 237 15 52 8 2 25 3 30 31 .219 .316 .270 64 1 4 2 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+ 24 Seasons 14053 4256 135 1314 149 1143 .303 .375 .409 56 79 167 107 247 3562 2165 746 160 198 1566 5752 ++-++++-++-++-++-+-+-+-+-++-+-+-+-+-+

13. CNN/SI - Baseball - Pete Rose
Profile and career statistics.
Pete Rose Bats: Both Throws: Right
192 lbs.
Born: Apr 14, 1941 in Cincinnati, Ohio
College: None
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... Cin NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL Totals AVG G AB R H HR RBI BB K OBP SLG BATTING BASERUNNING MISC YEAR TEAM LG HBP GDP TB IBB SH SF SB CS SB% AB/HR AB/K Cin Cin Cin Cin ... Cin NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL NL Totals HBP GDP TB IBB SH SF SB CS SB% AB/HR AB/K Stats Glossary Posted: Fri January 11, 2002 11:43:19 AM ET The Web GROUP: Sports Illustrated Life of Reilly SI for Kids TBS/TNT Sports ... Terms under which this service is provided to you. Read our privacy guidelines

14. Pete Rose Managerial Record -
pete rose managerial record for each season and his career, and a list of anypostseason awards he has won and his rank on various season and career

15. A. Bartlett Giamatti
Banned pete rose for life for betting on Major League games and associating with known gamblers. Also served as the president of Yale and was the 7th commissioner of baseball.
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16. Pete Rose: Biography And Much More From
View Poster pete rose , baseball Player Born 14 April 1941 Birthplace Cincinnati,Ohio Best Known As baseball great banned for life for gambling.
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  • Born: 14 April 1941 Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio Best Known As: Baseball great banned for life for gambling
Pete Rose is one of the greatest professional baseball players in the history of the game and also one of the most controversial. Rose began playing professionally for the Cincinnati Reds in 1963, where he quickly earned the nickname "Charlie Hustle" for his work ethic and boundless enthusiasm. During his 24-year career he had many high points, including a career batting average of .303, a record-setting 4,256 hits, a 44 game hitting streak (1978) and three appearances in the World Series (twice with Cincinnati, 1975 and 1976, and once with the Philadelphia Phillies, 1980). Rose was all but guaranteed a spot in the Hall of Fame until 1989, when he was accused of betting on baseball. Although Rose denied it, the charges were proved and he was banned from baseball for life. He finally admitted that he had bet on baseball in his 2004 book, My Prison Without Bars In 1963 Rose was named the National League's Rookie of the Year...In 1975 he was named World Series Most Valuable Player...Rose is most closely associated with Cincinnati, but he also played for Philadelphia (1978-83) and the Montreal Expos (1984)...During his career Rose played five positions: second base, right field, left field, third base and first base...It was Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford who gave Rose his "Charlie Hustle" nickname... Rose was manager of the Reds (1985-88) as well as a player.

17. Bart Giamatti |
September 1, 1989 Eight days after banning pete rose from baseball for life,Commissioner Bart Giamatti dies suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 51.
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Giamatti, a lifelong Red Sox fan, came to prominence as the president of Yale University, where his tough dealing with the college's union favorably impressed baseball's owners. Also appreciated was his devotion to baseball's tradition. Named president of the NL in December 1986, he gained attention for his 30-day suspension of Pete Rose in 1988 after Rose, the Reds' manager, shoved umpire Dave Pallone. After succeeding Peter Ueberroth as Commissioner in April 1989, Giamatti's most famous decision once again involved Rose, whom he suspended for life for gambling. A few weeks later, Giammatti died of a massive heart attack. SHOPPING
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18. The Baseball Archive - Pete Rose FAQ
Answers to frequently asked questions about pete rose last updated December 16 Official Statement Regarding pete rose - from the baseball Hall of Fame
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
about Pete Rose
The Pete Rose FAQ - by Sean Lahman
Source Documents
  • Rose/Giamatti Agreement - Text of the final agreement between Rose and Giamatti. This five page document was part of a fax sent to all Major League clubs at 9:00 AM EDT on August 24, 1989. A copy was obtained from the National Baseball Library in Cooperstown. Giamatti's Statement - The prepared remarks of Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti for the press conference announcing the agreement. Major League Rule 21 - Defines and describes "misconduct" and the applicable penalties. A copy of this rule is posted in every Major League clubhouse. Exhibits to the Dowd Report - available in PDF form. Includes bank and phone records, depositions of all key parties, betting records, and reports from independent investigators.
Physical Evidence
  • Betting Slip #1 of 3 - alleged to show Rose's bets for 4/8/87 and 4/9/87 Betting Slip #2 of 3 - alleged to show Rose's bets for 4/10/87 and 4/11/87 Check from Rose to Gioiosa - the smoking gun that links Rose to Ron Peters, the bookie Rose claimed he didn't know. Peters claimed he stopped taking Rose's bets because he owed $34,000. When Peters told him this, Rose exploded, claiming that he had given Tommy Gioiosa a check for that amount, and that Gioiosa must have stiffed them both. Peters said that Rose showed him a copy of this check as a gesture of good faith, and it turned up later when Rose turned over his bank records.

19. Pete Rose FAQ By Sean Lahman
allegation that Peter Edward rose bet on any major league baseball games. 15) Why is rose ineligible for induction into the baseball Hall of Fame?
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Pete Rose
by Sean Lahman This is an attempt to get quick answers to some common questions, to reduce repetitive discussion from newcomers who often don't understand the issues, and to provide single, authoritative answers so that doesn't get overwhelmed with several people making the same point, whether correct or incorrect. Constructive comments, corrections, and suggested additions are welcome; please send them to me at You can get a current copy of this FAQ in the Usenet group, or from:
1) What was the case against Rose? Baseball started an investigation in February 1989 into allegations that Rose had been betting on sports, including baseball. These allegations came from one of Rose's friends, Paul Janszen, and bookie Ron Peters. (Both had been convicted of felony drug charges.) Both offered documentary evidence of Rose's betting to support their claims. Former federal prosecutor John Dowd was hired to conduct an investigation. The testimony of Janszen and Peters was corroborated by Rose's phone records and bank records, which mirror the activity they described. Dowd uncovered other evidence which indicated Rose had used other "runners" besides Janszen to place his bets. Dowd discovered evidence that Rose had placed bets with other bookies, including several with ties to organized crime. Dowd also discovered evidence of hundreds of mysterious financial transactions between Rose and these bookies.

20. Pete Rose,
peter Edward rose rose, peter Edward, 1941–, American baseball player, b. pete rose - pete rose Born Apr. 14, 1941 baseball OF-IF all-time hits
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