Pete Rose Celebrity Life and Background Check

by Sheila A.

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Pete Rose Celebrity Life

Peter Edward "Pete" Rose, born on April 14, 1941, was an American professional baseball player nicknamed Charlie Hustle. Rose played in Major League Baseball at first as a player from 1963 to 1986, and later as a manager from 1984 to 1989.

During his career, Rose set a number of Major League Baseball records: by the number of hits (4256), matches played (3562), beatings (14 053) and outs (10 328). He became the champion of the World Series three times, won three titles of the NL Fighting Champion, won the title of the most valuable player in the World Series, two Golden Glove awards, was the rookie of the NL year and participated in matches of all the Major League Baseball 17 times.

 

In August 1989, three years after the player’s career ended, Rose agreed to be suspended from baseball for life because of charges that he bet on baseball games as a manager and player, including betting on his own team. In 1991, the Baseball Hall of Fame officially voted to ban the inclusion of players involved in such scandals. In 2004, Rose officially admitted that he was betting on baseball, but denied that he bet against the Reds.

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WWE

Between 1998 and 2000, Rose took part in several World Wrestling Entertainment WrestleMania shows. At WrestleMania XIV, he played the role of a guest ring announcer in a match between Kane and Undertaker. During the match, Kane performed a Tombstone Piledriver crown reception against Rose. The following year, at WrestleMania XV, he tried to get even with Kane by attacking him in the costume of the Chicken from San Diego, but again received the Tombstone Piledriver.

In addition to performing at WrestleMania, Rose starred in a WWE commercial for the 2002 No Mercy show. In 2004, Rose was inducted into the WWE Kane Hall of Fame becoming the first celebrity to enter the Hall of Fame.

 

On March 22, 2010, Rose became a guest host for WWE Raw, the last show before WrestleMania XXVI. His first order was the appointment of a match between Sean Michaels and Kane, in which Michaels won. Later in the show, Kane attacked Rose backstage.

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Records and achievements

Baseball Major League record holder:

  • by the number of hits per career - 4256
  • by the number of outs per career - 10 328
  • by the number of games played during his career - 3562
  • by the number of exits per bit - 14 053
  • by the number of singles per career - 3215
  • by the number of wounds made by a baseball player who can hit the ball while holding the bat with both left and right grip - 2165
  • by the number of doubles per career, made by a baseball player who can hit the ball, holding the bat with both left and right grip - 746
  • by the number of wolves made by a baseball player who can hit the ball, holding the bat with both left and right grip - 1566
  • by the number of bases made by a baseball player who can hit the ball, holding the bat with both left and right grip - 5.752
  • by the number of seasons with 200 or more hits - 10 (divides)
  • by the number of consecutive spent seasons with 100 or more hits - 23
  • by the number of consecutive spent seasons with 600 or more bit hits - 13 (1968-1980)
  • by the number of seasons with 600 or more bit exits - 17
  • by the number of seasons with 150 or more matches played - 17
  • by the number of seasons with 100 or more matches played - 23
  • by the number of participation in matches won - 1,972
  • the only player in major league history to play more than 500 games in five different positions - 1B (939), LF (671), 3B (634), 2B (628), RF (595)

National League record holder:

  • by the number of years spent in the league - 24
  • by the number of consecutive years spent - 24
  • by the number of injuries per career - 2165
  • by the number of doubles per career - 746
  • by the number of matches with 5 or more hits - 10
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