Pete Rose

Cincinnati slugger George Foster was his own man

Cincinnati slugger George Foster was his own man
September 7, 2012 No Comments »

It would have been difficult to keep your eyes in your head if you had the opportunity to walk through the clubhouse of the Cincinnati Reds in the 1970s. Over there was Johnny Bench, the greatest catcher in the game ... Read More »

These players belong in the Hall of Fame

These players belong in the Hall of Fame
August 24, 2012 2 Comments »

Every baseball fan has an opinion about who should be in the Hall of Fame. The debates can be fun and heated. Here’s a team of the the best players at each position who are still not in the Hall ... Read More »

Cincinnati Reds All-Time Team

Cincinnati Reds All-Time Team
July 24, 2012 No Comments »

“The Big Red Machine” – one of the best nicknames in baseball history. The Reds All-Time team is chock full of players from that era in team history, but they have stars from other periods as well. Their pitching staff ... Read More »

Phillies outlasted pesky Astros in 1980 to win first pennant in 30 years

Phillies outlasted pesky Astros in 1980 to win first pennant in 30 years
July 24, 2012 2 Comments »

NLCS Game Five, October 12, 1980 | Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros at Astrodome in Houston In the 1980 NL Playoffs, the Houston Astros continued their season of tight games and near misses by playing four extra-inning games in a ... Read More »

Throwback Harper has a lot of Charlie Hustle in him

Throwback Harper has a lot of Charlie Hustle in him
June 3, 2012 No Comments »

For more than two decades, Pete Rose has been trying desperately to get back into the game of baseball. The all-time hit king would accept just about any job: scout, hitting coach, advisor, manager, cheerleader. But at the age of ... Read More »