Pete Rose is a former MLB infielder/outfielder, who is best known for his time with the Cincinnati Reds Rose was a primary contributor to the Big Red Machine, often regarded one of the greatest teams ever, alongside Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan, and Tony Perez. Upon joining the Reds in 1963, Pete Rose instantly made an impact on the field earning him the title of NL Rookie of the Year and went on to win three World Series Championships by the time of his retirement.
Throughout his entire career, Pete Rose won three batting titles, two Gold Glove Awards, the 1975 World Series MVP title, and was selected to 17 All-Star games. As an all-time leader in the MLB for hits at 4,256, games played (3,562), and at-bats (14,053), Rose will be remembered forever. His lifetime batting average is .303, with 160 home runs and 1,314 runs batted in. After Rose retired from baseball, he assumed the role of manager for the Reds from 1984 to 1989. Celebrate this baseball legacy for years to come with Pete Rose memorabilia for your collection. Our selection of Rose collectibles features bats, baseballs, jerseys, photos and more that honor of “Charlie Hustle’s” career.
Any baseball collection needs Pete Rose memorabilia, but wouldn’t be complete without items autographed by fellow Reds legends and current stars. Be sure to shop items featuring the rest of the Big Red Machine to add value to your collection or check out items signed by the Reds starting first baseman, Joey Votto.