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Latest Pete Rose Items
Few baseball players were as exciting to watch as Pete Rose. Mr. Rose earned the sobriquet "Charlie Hustle" when he ran to first base. After a walk. In spring training. He was an early adopter of the headfirst slide and made its use mandatory if a player wanted to be perceived as going "all out."
Former baseball star Pete Rose spoke at a Philadelphia-area church about making mistakes and second chances.
Spring training is starting, and it's time for Robinson Cano, Shin-Soo Choo and a number of other big names to suit up for new teams. Free agent signings are the lifeblood of baseball's offseason, helping fans stay engaged during the cold of winter.
During his 13-year career as an All-Star catcher, Mike Scioscia earned a reputation for being as tough as anyone when it came to blocking home plate.
Pete Rose sounded bowled over.
Discussion to limit or ban collisions has intensified since May 2011, when San Francisco's Buster Posey was injured by Florida's Scott Cousins. Posey, an All-Star catcher, sustained a broken bone in his lower left leg and three torn ligaments in his ankle, an injury that ended his season.
The "semper fidelis" devotion of John M. Dowd is a major reason he finds himself locked in battle against the highest levels of the Marine Corps, including the commandant, Gen. James F. Amos, whom he accuses of misconduct.
The last person to be banned for life from baseball was having a pretty good day, with a steady stream of fans and customers dropping by his table just off the casino floor at the Mandalay Bay resort for a picture, an autograph and a few words.
Barry Larkin wants to keep baseball's most exclusive club clean.