Pete Rose was a hit in his debut on Fox Sports 1

Video: Pete Rose Is A Hit On Fox

Former Reds great Pete Rose, Major League Baseball’s all-time career hits leader with 4,256, debuted as a guest studio analyst on Monday during America’s Pregame and MLB Whiparound on FOX Sports 1. Rose was as expected very candid, funny

A very yong Pete Rose in 1961 as a member of the Tampa Tarpons

Bay Area Fans Happy To See Rose Back In Baseball

Each Spring from 1961 through 1989 Tampa Bay Area baseball fans fell in love with Pete Rose. The feeling was mutual because he loved the area back. He was there for fans of all ages from the retired Reds

Pete Rose

Red Sox, Fantasy Values, Pete Rose, And More

Speaking as a guest on the Red Sox Beat podcast on, I dove into some values of a few former and potential fantasy baseball stars this season, checked in on the CF battle in Boston between Rusney Castillo

Pete Rose diving into third base, just one of the legacies he leaves behind.

Could a Progressive Commissioner Give New Hope to a Reds Legend?

In a day and age where Major League Baseball is struggling to keep up in popularity with the NFL and the NBA, new commissioner Rob Manfred knows he must keep the game evolving. One issue impeding the game’s evolution


Pete Rose Thinks He’ll Make It Into HOF

25 years ago MLB Commissioner Bart Giamatti handed down Pete Rose a lifetime ban from the MLB and making him ineligible to be voted into the Hall of Fame.  Rose, the all time leader in hits, singles, games played,

Pete Rose

Pete Rose To Manage Independent League Game

Pete Rose will serve as the Bridgeport Bluefish's manager on June 16 against the Lancaster Barnstormers.


Kostya Kennedy Discusses “Pete Rose: An American Dilemma”

The New York Times Bestseller talks about his new book

Bob Costas has his own thoughts on who should be in the baseball Hall of Fame

Costas: Rose, Bonds and Clemens get his vote

One the reason’s that I like Bob Costas is that he loves baseball but he also understands it is not a pure sport. He takes on all issues and never sugar coats things.  He told  John Feinstein that he


Pete Rose Says You Can’t Eliminate Collisions At Home Plate

The man on the winning end of the most famous plate collision in baseball’s history says league officials can’t legislate the play out of the game. Pete Rose barreled through Ray Fosse to score the winning run in the


Tuck: MLB 4000 Hit Club- Will We Ever See Another?

We should celebrate Ichiro because it is going to be at least 10 more years before we have a chance to see 4000 hits again.