When it comes to controversy, Pete Rose is all too familiar with it.
The All-Star game used to be can’t-miss television.
Mike Matheny is the ideal champion of a noble cause, and he has decided to take up the fight.
Former Major Leaguer Dmitri Young recently sold his collection of baseball cards for $2,461,032.
Why does the guy who’s making everyone in Chicago “See Red” sound so darn blue?
So, apparently, you can get a managing gig if your name is Pete Rose. Just as long as there’s a “Junior” attached to the end of it.
By: Eldon L. Ham, The Score Legal Expert With Roy Halladay’s historic perfect game in the record books, the 2010 baseball playoffs immediately reverted to last year’s form: blown umpire calls and manager ejections. This […]
Pete Rose had 4,256 hits in his 24 seasons in Major League Baseball. Today, the bat that delivered his final hit in 1986 was auctioned off for $158,776, well below what many people were anticipating […]