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Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds was one of the biggest stars in sports. He helped lead the Reds to World Series Titles in 1975 and 1976 and set the MLB record for career hits before being banned from baseball due to a gambling scandal. But Football, Baseball Star, Sports Baseball, Baseball Players, Baseball Cards, Baseball Uniforms, Baseball Equipment, Mlb Uniforms, Travel Baseball

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1975-76 Reds reunite | 09/06/2013

The starting eight members of the 1975-76 Cincinnati Reds World Series Championship teams reunite at the team's game against the Dodgers

In 1961 Pete Rose led the first place Tampa Tarpons with a batting average and 30 triples – still an FSL record! Baseball Records, Best Baseball Player, Baseball Uniforms, Baseball Boys, Better Baseball, Baseball Stuff, Football, Sparky Anderson, Baseball Batter

In 1961 Pete Rose led the first place Tampa Tarpons with a .331 batting average and 30 triples – still an FSL record!

"With the money I'm making, I should be playing two positions. In fact, in his career, Pete Rose played LF, & RF and is the only player in Major League history to make the All-Star Team at 5 different positions. Mlb Uniforms, Baseball Uniforms, Reds Baseball, Baseball Posters, Baseball Cards, Champion Quotes, Sparky Anderson, Baseball Classic

"With the money I'm making, I should be playing two positions." - Pete Rose. In fact, in his career, Pete Rose played 1B, 2B, 3B, LF, & RF and is the only player in Major League history to make the All-Star Team at 5 different positions.