Pete Rose to be honored at Reds game after being banned from baseball

Pete Rose was banned from baseball in 1989, still the Cincinnati Reds want to honor Rose for the 25th Anniversary of Rose setting the all-time hitting record. Rose broke Ty Cobb’s hitting record on Sept. 11, 1985. Four years later, Rose was banned from the league and any MLB sanctioned events, however the Reds still invited Rose to commemorate the anniversary. Not surprising, Rose had a prior commitment to be at a Kentucky casino, so naturally, the Reds reschedule the ceremony for the following day. God bless Amurica.

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