Pete Rose’s records

Pete Rose holds more records than any other player in the history of major league baseball.

 “The man I marvel at is the one that’s in there day after day, and night after night, and still puts figures on the board.  I’m talking about Pete Rose.  Believe me, especially the way we travel today, flying all night with a game the next night and then the next afternoon, if you can play 162 games, youre’ a man”                    Sparky Anderson


 Major League records:

  • Most career hits – 4,256
  • Most career outs – 10,328
  • Most career games played – 3,562
  • Most career at bats – 14,053
  • Most career singles – 3,215
  • Most career runs by a switch hitter – 2,165
  • Most career doubles by a switch hitter – 746
  • Most career walks by a switch hitter – 1,566
  • Most career total bases by a switch hitter – 5,752
  • Most seasons of 200 or more hits – 10
  • Most consecutive seasons of 100 or more hits – 23
  • Most consecutive seasons with 600 or more at bats – 13 (1968–1980)
  • Most seasons with 600 at bats – 17
  • Most seasons with 150 or more games played – 17
  • Most seasons with 100 or more games played – 23
  • Record for playing in the most winning games – 1,972
  • Only player in major league history to play more than 500 games at five different positions – 1B (939), LF (671), 3B (634), 2B (628), RF (595)

 National League records:

  • Most years played – 24
  • Most consecutive years played – 24
  • Most career runs – 2,165
  • Most career doubles – 746
  • Most career games with 5 or more hits – 10
  • Modern (post-1900) record for longest consecutive game hitting streak – 44
  • Modern record for most consecutive hitting streaks of 20 or more games – 7


58 Thoughts on “Pete Rose’s records

  1. eric stojk on July 6, 2012 at 2:46 am said:

    awesome stats. been a huge fan forever. thank you.

    • Anonymous on July 26, 2013 at 1:53 pm said:

      Pete rose was the greatest player of baseball he belongs in the hall of fame he made a mistake but that does not erase his baseball record lift the ban put him in the hall of fame were he belongs to me he is a hall a famer thank you Pete rose. Capt . Hernandez

  2. How Great Was Pete Rose?

    If you normalize Pete Rose’s Hitting Stats to the year 2000, and have him play all his home games in Fenway, something easy to do now on, you find out that 1) he would have had more than 5,186 career hits 2) he hit .394 in 1968, .386 in 1969, .386 in 1973, had 283 hits in 1973, walked 127 times in 1974, scored 174 runs in 1976, hit 62 doubles in 1978, and had more than 200 hits in 18 consecutive seasons. He ends up with 902 career doubles, and a career line of .341/.417/.460 and career OPS of .877. The fact is that if Rose was playing in today’s hopped up offensive environment, he’d be a far greater player than Ichiro, Jeter or any of the pretenders to greatness–Rose is so much greater than any of them. Rose played in an era when runs were scarce, when pitchers dominated, and before expansion diluted the quality of pitching. And he played hard every single play of every single game–something today’s overpriced players would not know the meaning of if it hit them in the eyes, with a few notable exceptions. That Pete Rose deserves pardon, reinstatement and his rightful place in the HOF goes without saying, and this website and movement is praiseworthy. I give it my full support. Rose should not be judged on his failures as a person, but upon his accomplishments on the field–for if we were to judge ballplayers on their failures as people, then we would have to note that Tris Speaker and Cap Anson were virulent racists, that Babe Ruth was a whoremonger, that Ty Cobb was a mean drunk, that today’s players cheat and lie and use steroids, that yesterday’s players doctored baseballs and cheated to win, that before that the color line made it easier to win, and so forth and so on. Ty Cobb and Tris Speaker themselves were accused of gambling on baseball in 1926 and the evidence was very strong against them, and they were forced to give up their managing jobs–why were they not banned? The best evidence suggests that the scandal was too much for baseball to bear, and they got off light, but that they were as guilty as Shoeless Joe and the rest of the Black Sox. The Dowd Report cannot conceal the fact that the hallowed members of the HOF already in were gamblers, cheaters, racists and worse, and Pete Rose’s moral failings are not an excuse to keep him out of baseball or out of the HOF. Bart Giamatti gave an honorary Yale Degree to Smokey Joe Wood, but Wood himself was implicated in a gambling scandal going back to the 1910s in which Wood was likely guilty. There is obviously a double standard at work here when Giamatti, Selig and others think that Cobb, Wood, Speaker and others were innocent of gambling when they were in fact, guilty, or simply not proven beyond a reasonable doubt, but were definitely guilty of something, while Rose is being held to a higher standard. All of them were guilty of the same, but only Rose has paid the price. It has long been thought that the reason the Black Sox were banned, and not Wood, Cobb or Speaker, was precisely because they threw the Series, and that was the greater crime, not their gambling. A Rose by any other name would not smell so good as the truth unvarnished—pardon Rose now!

    Art Kyriazis, Philly

    • Anonymous on February 21, 2013 at 11:47 pm said:

      I Agree with this completely. Pete Rose is what we as kids desire to be like, to play hard and earn everything we get. Today he is still on lock down for something that is very common in all sports today. Its like just because Alex Rodriguez admitted to using steriods he gets off easy. Just because he told the truth does not mean he did not actually cheat. Pete Rose may have lied and gambled but he only shamed himself not the game. We need to get everyone together and get him in the Hall and put this issue to rest.
      Travis Rauschenberg

      • Anonymous on June 30, 2013 at 5:43 pm said:

        Pete didn’t put shame to the game? He bet on his team to lose and that’s intolerable at all professional levels.

        • Bill HUrley on July 29, 2013 at 12:33 am said:

          Hey Anonymous, why don’t you you grow some balls and put your name on your p.o.s comment. I am sure you are proud of Ryan Braun; PED user and liar.

          He too did not have the balls to admit PED use.

        • Anonymous on March 29, 2014 at 6:28 pm said:

          get your facts straight dumb ass. He never been on his team to lose he bet on his team to win. He’s the most competitive player to ever play the game he would never bet on his team to lose stupid.

    • Anonymous on March 16, 2014 at 4:35 am said:

      Your argument puts him on a different team completely though, it’s interesting but merely not plausible whether today or in his day. And Fenway has been unchanged in its dimensions so the “hopped up offensive environment” doesn’t apply either. It would be more credible and pertinent to look at modern day Reds, Phillies, Expos(Nationals depending on base year) and then the Reds again.

    • I agree totally 100%. Pete rose was one hell of a baseball player I have had the honor to mr rose in person an let me tell u that he is one of the nicest men I have ever meet .bud selig needs to get his nose out da air guite being an ASSHOLE an let pete rose go to the place he so rightfully belongs the H.O.F hell if bud selig would be honest he has done shit in his day he was just lucky like some an never got cought doing dirt the records prove that pete rose was the greatest baseball player ever then an now i have been a die hard baseball fan for a very long time an I don’t understand the hype behind babe Ruth,willie mays or hank Aaron I agree that they hit a shit load of home runs an were awesome players other than there home runs there numbers ain’t any were close to what pete rose put up as I sit here 2day b4 it’s all said an done barry bonds,roger Clemons an arod will all be in da hall of fame an we all know that they all “JUICED”. Bud selig stop being an ass an let pete rose in the hall if he is not allowed in u might as well close the bitch down,,

  3. Kelly Turner on September 14, 2012 at 4:26 pm said:

    Holding Pete Rose from the hall of fame is a real shame. So many other players of all professional sports have done far worse and have been forgiven.
    I’ll bet that if surveyed 90% or more of fans from all over would vote Rose into the hall of fame. Keeping him out just makes the hall of fame less special. Maybe we should call it the hall of shame.

    • Very solid point. All polls taken on the subject have shown that right around 90% of fans believe Pete belongs in the Hall of Fame. MLB runs commercial campaigns who’s central message is that the game belongs to the fans. Well if that is the case the fans need to speak up and let MLB know that we want Pete back in the game. Remember that the ban does more than keep Pete out of the HOF. It also keeps him from participating in any baseball activity, including throwing out the first pitch; participating in reunions of his World Series teams; playing the Old-Timers softball game; attending any of the festivities during Spring Training, the All-Star break, or the playoffs. The ban is a disgrace. This guy embodies all of the good characteristics that baseball espouses. Pete Rose is still alive but is being erased from our collective baseball memory. Lift the Ban!

      • To admin as long as I’m alive my son will know who pete rose is when he started playing baseball he ask me who do I think the greatest baseball player was that’s when I showed him video of pete rose an ever since then he has played the game as hard as pete did he is 13 an has been playing the game since he was five he has not hit a hole lot of home runs but he has hit shit shit load of singles an doubles when he’s up to bat with guys on base an they have a open base they walk him because they know 9 out of 10 he will get a hit an drive in a run or 2 ask my son right now who his fav baseball player is his answer pete rose hands down

  4. Reggie Stockton on October 16, 2012 at 1:49 am said:

    I am now 68 years old. I have loved the game from the age of 10. Never was I considered a v.good player, but I was a steady player. Pitched some,hit some ,ran some, caught some and scored some. A lot of my childhood friends Loved players
    like ” the M&M Boys” and Reggie Jackson and Will Mays ect.,ect.,ect. A lot of my friends know how I feel about Pete and his rules infraction. If this was a civil crime and was found guilty, his sentence would be something like ???? Small !
    Now as for you Mr. B. Selig. You sir are only the Commissioner of Baseball. NOT
    GOD ALMIGHTY. Liston to the hundreds of thousands of Devout baseball fans that want you to, right your wrong. As each great person looks at there own legacy they are leaving behind, are you looking at yours Mr. Selig. Odds are Mr.Who, the legend of Pete Roose “The Greatest Player” to PLAY the game of baseball will live on longer than you. Your judgement day is coming some day. I know GOD loves and forgives though’s who has carried “hate” in there heart and soul for so many years.
    Please ! Right your wrong, the people and GOD has……….Reggie S.

  5. greg simmons on February 3, 2013 at 6:37 am said:

    I’ve grew up breathing baseball. I knew every player on every team, and most of their stats. The one player I idolized because of what he did on the field with the talent he was given was Pete Rose. He did not have as much talent as some other players. But he worked his tail off to make up for it. And did he ever make up for it. When I was younger I dreamed about going to the Baseball Hall of Fame and seeing all the legends I had heard so much about. Now that I am older (52), with a very successful career, I could easily afford to make the trip. I actually travel all over the country, and other countries now. Yet I would never step foot into the Hall of Fame until the right the huge INJUSTICE they have dealt to the Hit King, Pete Rose. I think more than anything this is some type of personnel vendetta, the commissioner has against Pete. I think he blames Pete for the passing of Bart Giamatti 8 days after he banned Pete for life. He needs to get over that. It wasn’t Rose’s fault that he died. He was a very heavy smoker, and though it was stressful, you can’t blame Rose for his death. I would love to visit the HOF before I die, so how about correcting the huge mistake and let the all time hits leader in. Then I’ll visit.

  6. Charlie Hustle is what a baseball player is suppose to be. Hard core!

  7. I will make this short and sweet, I am 66 years old have been a baseball fan forever. With out Pete Rose there is no Hall of fame. He could start his own and with his stats he would be the only one in it!

  8. Pete Rose’s accomplishments were purely athletic. His ethic on the field is what inspired a lot of youngsters and his peers. He earned and deserves his due recognition!

    Why doesn’t anyone have to be accountable for their actions anymore? No, don’t bother trying to fill the page with your lefty logic and why it’s all society’s fault, and rules don’t reeally matter. Hey, why even keep score, right? Let’s just play for funsies and give evryone a participation medal so nobody’s feelings get hurt. Sorry Pete; your feelings might be hurt, but you knowingly did it all to yourself. Go sit next to Lance Armstrong and be quiet.

    • So, keep the ban??? I just read what some dude wrote and it really pisses me off. First of all, Lance Armstrong was stripped of all of his Tour de France titles/ trophies. Do you really think he was 1 of 100′s to be using an enhancing drug? NO! If he was, all the others would have been WAY behind him. He won, for sure, but not by landslide wins. Wake up dude! It’s not that Pete isn’t guilty, it’s the fact that if we are going to be so goddamm sanctimonious then let’s review all the players in the Hall of Fame and get the one’s out that also had scandals, issues, cheated, used tricks, etc… I’m sure a few (more than a few) would have to be un-instated. If you don’t believe this, go to the H of Fame and do some freakin’ research. Who the hell are you to make the decision of who is good or bad. Forget the accalades, you can’t stand the fact that Pete Rose is and will be for God knows how long the best player in just about everyway you can name. So, is it about the personal mistakes, or the sheer dedication and blood, sweat, and tears this man experienced while he played his heart out. Oh, also, rampant use in MLB…rather recently is a shame to BASEBALL and those who are in charge of the oranization as a whole, and the one’s who took the steroids as well. But, hey, a popular Yankee or 3 or 10 or other very popular players can surely be forgiven because it would look real bad if they couldn’t put anyone in the Hall for years because of all the steroids and LIES!
      Eat that dumb ass!

    • Anonymous on October 12, 2013 at 9:27 pm said:

      And Sosa and MCGuire weren’t banned and our dear Yankees players play when they were supposed to be sitting out games. Pete was a better player than all these guys put together. Compare the overall records. He did it with out the help of a drug. If you keep Pete out you need to clean house and kick out over half the players that you have let in in last 20 years. Good luck Pete. I enjoyed watching you play.

    • Hey batman “FUCK YOU” u trashie pice of fucking shit u don’t know shit since u think u have a huge set of balls have u ever bet on games played poker or bet on anything chances are u have your chicken shit ass just never got cought an if u did u tried to lied your way out of it so what’s the difference so keep your thoughts to your self mother fucker

    • Robert on August 22, 2014 at 3:43 pm said:

      No one is saying there should be no accountability. Pete Rose’s ban has been in place for 25 years. That’s long enough. That’s hardly “no accountability”. No one is saying it is “all society’s fault”, no one is saying “rules don’t matter.” 25 years is long enough.

  10. Anonymous on February 14, 2013 at 10:16 pm said:

    drop the ban

  11. Steven Hopkins on March 2, 2013 at 11:20 pm said:

    Pete is and always will be the best ever. Bud Selig is just an asshole and will never lift the ban as long as he’s in office. Don’t be a hater or jealous Bud because Pete still gets more love and respect from fans even after all these years than you do. I say we start another campaign to kick Buds sorry ass out of office ……..

    • Yeah! Another fan! Why don’t we put BigBud S. to the test? Why doesn’t he look around and see what the f is going on. Is MLB a sport without controversy and scandal? NO! But, why Pete? Of all the scandals and steroids and bullshit, why single him out…sounds a bit personal Mr. Selig. Let’s see you get out there and play like Pete did and then sing your song of…NO WAY! NOT IN MY DAY! Guess what, you are freaking old and maybe baseball fans will want you out someday (soon) or you will have to retire for some reason (sooner then later) and I am willing to bet a lot of $$$ that he WILL be in the Hall of Fame! Or, as another person’s comment said, we can open up another Hall of Fame for players and their career highlights and not their personal lowpoints. Wake up Bud! Have some coffee, or maybe a stiff drink, and get OVER it!

    • Yeah! Another fan! Why don’t we put BigBud S. to the test? Why doesn’t he look around and see what the f is going on. Is MLB a sport without controversy and scandal? NO! But, why Pete? Of all the scandals and steroids and bullshit, why single him out…sounds a bit personal Mr. Selig. Let’s see you get out there and play like Pete did and then sing your song of…NO WAY! NOT IN MY DAY! Guess what, you are freaking old and maybe baseball fans will want you out someday (soon) or you will have to retire for some reason (sooner then later) and I am willing to bet a lot of $$$ that he WILL be in the Hall of Fame! Or, as another person’s comment said, we can open up another Hall of Fame for players and their career highlights and not their personal lowpoints.

  12. Poor Pete:(

    Who was/ is better? Whom has beaten the multitude of records set by this amazing player? Hmmm…I can’t think of anyone of the top of my head.

    But, is he the only one who broke a rule, law, etc…F NO!

    That is why I am going on about this but c’mon Bud or whoever is the asshole making the decision. It’s time to look at the big picture and you might want to look up FORGIVENESS or other words up in the dictionary. Ridiculous…Really!

  13. Look with all the bs about hopped up players(roids) what is the deal with a bit o cash on the side. It happens all the time. Babe R. Was a drunk but could hit, n more then likely put money on games. Should he be in the hall of fame? Pete was a good ball player that got stiffed cause he liked a challenge. Of betting in improbables. Thats baseball, unlike most other sports its a roullete wheel, you can have a crappy team but out of the blue its who plays with the best odds, screw it bet, just dont cheat!

  14. Will on June 13, 2013 at 3:25 am said:

    Pete was my hero. I was raised in an orphanage in Ohio and was a pre-teen when Pete was NL Rookie of the Year. I adopted him as my father-figure and closely followed him throughout his career. I still hold him in high regard for maximizing his potential. We all probably know people who have great talent but waste it because they lack discipline and motivation to excel. Pete was not that sort of person; he continuously performed as best he could and achieved great success because of his dedication to and love for baseball. I often tell my students to “find their Pete Rose and do they best the can in whatever they decide to pursue.” Pete Rose’s baseball career should be an inspiration to all of us. He deserves Hall of Fame recognition. It is time to let him in.

  15. Annie on July 8, 2013 at 4:01 am said:

    I grew up in Cincinnati during the time of the Big Red Machine. I was not a baseball fan to start with but soon became one. I feel that the ban should be lifted. I think that Pete Rose belongs in the Hall of Fame. He has done more for the game of baseball than any other player ever has {and probably ever will}. I do not think that what he did off the field should keep him out of where he belongs. The fans as a whole need to ban together to get this ban lifted. He deserves to be back in baseball.

  16. Jim Gallagher on July 23, 2013 at 3:42 am said:

    Pete IS in the Hall of fame. Just visit and you will see hypocrisy in action. All his records are there he just isn’t in “the hall” because a bunch of holier than thow baseball “writers” can’t admit they are wrong.

  17. Andrew on July 31, 2013 at 11:42 pm said:

    Pete Rose broke the rules. He broke them knowing full well he was breaking them and what the punishment would be if he got caught. Then he lied about it for 15 years. Now apparently we should just let off the hook because he was a really good player? Sorry but Eff that.

    If he wanted to be in the hall of fame and not be banned from baseball, he shouldnt have knowingly and willfully broke the rule that carries a mandatory ban with it. I shed no tears for Pete Rose. He brought it all on himself .

    • David Honeycutt on August 7, 2013 at 10:01 am said:

      So what your saying Andrew, is that it is okay to take performance enhancing drugs, but not okay to gamble on baseball. So, if you have kids I assume you will tell them- “Kids, if you take steroids, its okay you will only get a slap on the wrist, but gambling is evil.”

    • We’ll tell me something mr.andrew when u were a kid an as an adult I’m pretty damn sure u broke a few damn rules yourself all u fucking people that’s for the ban need to fuck off if your lame ass was in his shoes an were the best damn baseball player ever the records prove it u would want to be in the H.O.F also so let me guess u are one of them computer nerds that sit on there lazy ass all day an wish u were half the ball player an half the man pete rose is so from 1 man 2 a punk ass fag keep your thought’s to yourself o.k cupcake

  18. Sharon Frank on August 6, 2013 at 1:05 pm said:

    Pete Rose broke the rules and then lied — yes. However, none of that had anything to do with his performance as one of the greatest players ever, yet he is banned from baseball forever, and will not be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. A-Rod also broke the rules and lied while using PEDs, and he gets a 211-game suspension, costing him $35M — pocket money to him — and this is fair???

  19. Alex Ryan on August 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm said:

    I find it funny that the people on here that are still against Pete Rose don’t really have a response when the current PED users are mentioned.
    Pete Rose was and still is the greatest PLAYER/ATHELETE to play the game. Who really gives a shit about the gambling? That didn’t change the stats he put up.

  20. all I have to say is “please” … if we are going to throw around name calling, we can certainly resort to begging, nothing else seems to be working with Selig… so PLEASE let next year be two thousand and PETE … get it? 2014 … HIS YEAR!

  21. Roger Evans on September 24, 2013 at 3:17 pm said:

    Not asking you to put him in based on his managerial expertise. You put him in because he is one of the greatest baseball players ever. HOF is a sham until he gets in.


  23. Nathan Ebeling on January 20, 2014 at 9:31 pm said:

    Lets look at Whitey Ford. He admitted to cheating, and guess where he is?

  24. Well I really enjoyed reading everyones comment and such…but I just wanted to say a thing or two..
    Pete Rose did and accomplished many things….he was great at what he did…he won the hearts of many baseball fans…thats all good….but the Lift the Ban is rediculous if you ask me..I think most people have forgotten there values…like really what are you trying to teach your children…sure this guy was great at baseball…but who goes and bets against his team…gambles…..against his team…like wtf….and then he goes on to lie about it for 15 years….He is a gambling lying cheatin baseball player that knew better rite from the get go….so really the message that we want to send to our kids is that all that negative stuff is ok…well no sorry not me..its actually terrible idea and I hope that the life time ban stays just that…lets teach our children not to gamble…not to cheat and to be honest abiding citiizens….and to play fair and be remember for the good honest things rather than honour the disgraces that are out there…KEEP THE BAN

    • Jodie if u got kids I pray for them from what u are saying u are telling them to go out there an do drugs that it’s ok but u better not gamble cause that’s wrong bullshit last time I checked drugs will kill gambling will cause u to loose a dollar or two

  25. Pete never bet against his team! Some of you people are so stupid. I don’t know what idiot told u that. Unbelievable how many of u can mistake such a huge detail about the whole story. It’s fine if you are for the ban. A lot of people are. But at least get your facts straight before come on here talking a bunch of nonsense. How can u expect anybody to take you serious. He bet on his team every night. And every night to WIN. If you seriously just think he was throwing games then that means u made that up or someone who hates pete told you that and u believed them or you just obviously have no idea who pete was as a player and have no idea what your talking about. Like most real baseball fans I Hope one day he’ll get in and I hope it’s before he dies. Maybe after Bud leaves this year. We’ll see

  26. alonzo turner on February 26, 2014 at 3:00 am said:

    Pete Rose should be in h o f one of best ever

  27. Wahtzetuya on March 22, 2014 at 8:53 am said:

    It is sad that such a great player will more than likely be remembered for the the few things that he did wrong, than the many things that he did right.

  28. Robert on March 26, 2014 at 10:21 pm said:

    I am actually related to Pete. He and my mother were cousins (both of their mothers’ last name was Bloebaum). I have always been a huge fan of Pete and think he was definitely one of the best to ever play baseball. His hand/eye coordination, amazing mind to be present/in the game, his yearning to win, and his sheer willingness to give 100% all the time, more than made up for his lack of speed and not so strong arm.
    Does anyone remember how he let a 1 out, taylor-made double play ball hit him in the chest. He was leading off 2nd base when the ball was hit directly to the shortstop. Pete stepped into the ball, was called out, there were then 2 outs, with men on 1st and 2nd. As I recall, Foster came up next and drove in 2 runs. Who thinks fast enough to do such a thing?
    All that said, I must agree with Johnny Bench and say the commissioners are in a bad spot. Pete broke a rule and had to be dealt with. I also agree, he has paid his penalty and should be in the HOF now. His case is unique and can have a unique conclusion…

  29. Anonymous on April 7, 2014 at 10:52 pm said:

    Look Bud Selig u are the biggest asshole in the worlest player that ever played the game let him then in the the HOF he deserves it more than anything he’s the best player that ever lived! So Bud I hope u retire really soon and get the fuck out of office so someone w/ a fucking brain can let Pete in the HOF where he balones!

  30. Anonymous on April 7, 2014 at 11:07 pm said:

    Bud Selig u are a selfish fucking pig yea let players in the HOF that cheat do steroids and do whatever they want but when a man makes a mistake like betting on baseball u totally ban him from every damn thing he can’t enter a Stadium to even watche so please mr fuckface let him in the HOF dickhead u knw what I take back the word please yo fuck face put him in put him in put him in NOW fuck face! U are really a dick mr fucking money bags!

  31. Dennis North on June 3, 2014 at 1:36 pm said:

    I grew up 50 miles northeast of Cincinnati in the heart of farm country. Pete Rose led the big Red Machine, the best team in baseball in the mid-1970s, and perhaps the greatest team of all time. Some would argue that the 1927 New York Yankees were the greatest test of all time. Certainly the big Red Machine is the best team we’ve ever seen. How can they band Pete for life? I personally think that if Commissioner Giamatti would have had more time to look at everything involved, there may have been a reconsideration for Pete. For example, Pete was banned by Commissioner Giamatti on August 23, 1989.Unfortunately, on September 1, 1989, Giamatti died of a heart attack at his summer home in Martha’s Vineyard, MA, only one week after banning Pete for life. Let’s get Pete elected to the in the Hall, and look at his lifetime achievements, and what the Big Red Machine did for the game.

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  33. bud selig on July 16, 2014 at 12:31 pm said:

    I read everyones comments and. Understand everyones
    Disappointment . I too was a huge fan of pete’s but he did wrong. Was warned. Several. Times of the consequences. Yet. Continued. Greatest. Player. ? Probably. ! Second. Chance ? Maybe if enough. Fans petition I can. Reverse. The. Ban without. Losing. My job !

  34. Paul C on July 30, 2014 at 9:23 pm said:

    Pete did less harm to baseball than the Chicago Black Soxs scandal yet that team is in the Hall. Time to let him have his (very) just deserves!

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