It was nice to think about, but it’s a safe bet that Pete Rose will remain the all-time hits leader. Now you know what Rose meant when he said the first 3,000 were the easy ones.
We all know Rose is banned from baseball. Apparently that came with a banishment from Topps baseball cards.
Steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa have been denied entry to baseball’s Hall of Fame with voters failing to elect any candidates for only the second time in four decades.
Former Mets’ great Mike Piazza is among 24 first-time Hall of Fame candidates.
The Hit King has spoken: If you thought Derek Jeter would one day break MLB’s all-time hits record, think again.
“I gave more to the game than anybody you know. OK?” Rose told WFAN. “I put the fans in front of everything when I played the game of baseball.”
Rich Coutinho looks back at Chipper Jones’ moments over the years against the Mets.
Most aging players begin the slide and never come back. Derek Jeter did an about face that is simply astounding. But when will the real decline begin? And how quickly will it occur?
Remember when you thought Derek Jeter was finished? Now it’s looking like 4,000 hits is a realistic possibility.
71 years to this day, Joe DiMaggio set the all-time record for hitting safely in consecutive games — a feat that may never be matched.
Jeter has never made a big deal about turning older, he simply deals with it day-by-day, the same thing he’s done his entire career.
The balk is one of the most confusing, poorly understood, and obscure aspects in baseball.
Pete Rose is a snake who bet on games he managed and lied about it, and lied about it…and waited until he could turn his confession into coin. But if the man with the most base hits in history isn’t in the Hall of Fame, why do we have one?
In the cases of “Shoeless” Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, each of their well regretted decisions caused an ended career and ban from the Baseball Hall of Fame indefinitely. The question I have chosen to propose is: “Should this ban be indefinite?”
Derek Jeter has become the 28th player in MLB history to record 3,000 career hits. Now the question is: how far can the captain climb MLB’s all-time list? Could he possibly surpass Pete Rose at No. 1?
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