There has been a lot of noise about Pete Rose and his Hall of Fame chances and how he probably will never get his plaque in Cooperstown because ESPN reported a slip indicating Rose bet on baseball while
Pete Rose returned back to the baseball world this year as a special analyst for the MLB ON FOX and now once again he seems to be in trouble at least according to an ESPN report. It seems that
In light of news that Pete Rose lied about betting on baseball as a player in 1986, his chance at being forgiven for his mistakes is gone.
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
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
Speaking as a guest on the Red Sox Beat podcast on CLNSRadio.com, 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
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
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 will serve as the Bridgeport Bluefish's manager on June 16 against the Lancaster Barnstormers.
The New York Times Bestseller talks about his new book