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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Pete_RosePete Rose - Wikipedia

    Rose was a switch hitter and is the all-time MLB leader in hits (4,256), games played (3,562), at-bats (14,053), singles (3,215) and outs (10,328). [1] He won three World Series, three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, two Gold Gloves and the Rookie of the Year Award.

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  2. Debut: (Age 21-359d, 12,063rd in major league history) 3 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Last Game: (Age 45-125d) 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB. Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1963 season. Agents: Jordan Feagan, Reuven Katz • Previously: Jerry Kapstein. Full Name: Peter Edward Rose. Nicknames:

    • April 14, 1941
  3. Peter Edward "Pete" Rose, Sr. (14 de abril de 1941) é um ex jogador de beisebol e treinador dos Estados Unidos. Atuou como profissional na Major League Baseball (MLB) de 1963 a 1986. [1] Rose, que é ambidestro, tem mais rebatidas (4 256), jogos disputados (3 562), vezes ao bastão (14 053), rebatidas simples (3 215) e outs (10 328 ...

    • Peter Edward Rose, Sr.
  4. In an extraordinary journey from the sandlots to the pinnacle of Major League Baseball glory, Pete Rose's legendary career is a testament to the indomitable ...

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  5. 6 de mai. de 2024 · Pete Rose (born April 14, 1941, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.) is a professional baseball player who in 1985 exceeded Ty Cobb’s record for career hits (4,189). During his career, Rose was noted for his all-around ability and enthusiasm. He was named Player of the Decade (1970–79) by The Sporting News.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  6. Pete Rose is a former baseball player and manager who played for the Cincinnati Reds and the Philadelphia Phillies. He holds the record for most hits in MLB history and won several awards, including MVP, World Series MVP, and Rookie of the Year.

  7. Complete career MLB stats for the Cincinnati Reds First Baseman Pete Rose on ESPN. Includes games played, hits and home runs per MLB season.