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Pete Rose is a former American baseball player who is widely regarded as one of the greatest hitters in the history of the sport. He was born in 1941 in Ohio and began playing baseball at a young age. Over the course of his 24-year career, Rose played for the Cincinnati Reds, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Montreal Expos. He was known for his exceptional hitting ability, his competitiveness, and his longevity, playing in more games (3,562) and registering more hits (4,256) than any other player in Major League Baseball history. More about Pete RoseAffiliate disclosure: When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.
These are the most current items with a signature of Pete Rose that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|1982 Topps Pete Rose Signed Baseball Card PSA Cert Encapsulated||$150.00|
|1983 Topps Pete Rose Signed Baseball Card PSA Cert Encapsulated||$150.00|
|1985 Donruss Pete Rose Signed Baseball Card PSA Cert Encapsulated||$200.00|
|Pete Rose Autographed 16x20 Photo (Scarce / Vintage) Reds||$79.00|
|Pete Rose Autographed 16x20 Photo (Scarce / Vintage) Reds||$79.00|
|Pete Rose Autographed 16x20 Photo (Scarce / Vintage) Reds||$99.00|
|Pete Rose Cincinnati Reds Autographed 10 x 19 1698 Topps Poster||$999.99|
|Pete Rose Cincinnati Reds Signed Autograph Jersey Custom Emboridered HIT KING JSA Certified||$99.00|
|Pete Rose REDS Signed Autograph 1963 Topps Team Rookie Card #63 COA 9 Signatures||$249.00|
|Pete Rose Rose JR Dual Autograph Signed OMLB Official National Baseball JSA||$89.99|
In total, we tracked 10155 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Pete Rose (1963 Topps PETE ROSE Signed Autograph Rookie Baseball Card PSA 7 PSA/DNA 8 Reds) was sold in December 2021 for $9888.00 while the cheapest item (pete rose autographed photo) found a new owner for $0.01 in March 2020. The month with the most items sold (172) was August 2023 with an average selling price of $49.48 for an autographed item of Pete Rose. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2017 with $199.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $13.50 was May 2008. In average, an autographed item from Pete Rose is worth $31.00.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Pete Rose were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|2012 Leaf Pete Rose Signed Auto Card #AU-31||$29.99|
|2022 Panini Flawless Pete Rose Greats Autograph Ruby Auto #20/20||$88.22|
|Pete Rose Autograph 23/25, 2017 Panini Flawless, Cincinnati Reds||$66.15|
|Pete Rose Pete Rose Jr Dual Signed 1985 Renata Galasso #115 Reds AUTO PSA/DNA||$27.00|
|Pete Rose Pete Rose Jr. Dual Signed 1985 Renata Galasso #115 Reds AUTO PSA/DNA||$43.00|
|Pete Rose Reds Phillies Signed OML Baseball AUTO PSA COA||$44.00|
|Pete Rose Signed Cincinnati Reds Baseball Jersey AUTO PSA COA Sz XL||$67.00|
|Pete Rose Signed Custom Cincinnati Reds Jersey AUTO PSA COA Sz XL||$41.55|
|Pete Rose Signed Rawlings ONL Baseball White Autograph JSA COA ZJ7505||$36.00|
|Pete Rose Sorry... Reds Signed/Inscribed Rawlings OML Baseball JSA||$81.00|
Pete Rose Dismisses Questions About Sexual Misconduct (08/08/22): After attending an on-field celebration of the 1980 Phillies, Rose refused to answer questions about allegations from a 2017 lawsuit. “It was 55 years ago, babe.”
Rose shirks statutory rape query at Phillies fete (08/07/22): Pete Rose dismissed questions about his first appearance on the field in Philadelphia since the franchise scrapped plans in 2017 to honor him because of a woman's allegation that she had sex with baseball's hit king when she was a minor.
Phillies to include Pete Rose as part of celebration for 1980 World Series champ (07/25/22): Rose had a 2017 outing canceled after a woman testified she had a sexual relationship with him while underage
A's icon Fosse, known for Rose collision, dies (10/14/21): Ray Fosse, the catcher famous for being barreled over by Pete Rose in the 1970 All-Star Game and who went on to help the Athletics win two World Series and later became a popular broadcaster for the A's, has died.
On this date: Remember when Pete Rose crushed Ray Fosse in the MLB All-Star Game (07/2020): On July 14, 1970, Pete Rose barreled into Ray Fosse to score the winning run in the MLB All-Star Game, but did he do the right thing?
Robinson Cano’s legacy with Mariners? He did his part (12/2018): Cano more or less did his part with three All-Star appearances during his Seattle stint. The real problem was that the Mariners never went far enough to address the weaknesses of the ballclub.
MLB strikes deal with MGM as legal gambling expands in US (11/2018): NEW YORK (AP) — MGM Resorts International became Major League Baseball's official gambling partner in the U.S. and Japan, a deal made as the sport tries to ensure more prevalent
Council to MLB: Reinstate Pete Rose (03/2015): Cincinnati City Council wants to do something baseball's all-time hits leader hasn't been able to do for three decades: convince Major League Baseball to let Pete Rose back into baseball.
Mac's Layup Drill: Tiger, Pete Rose, Sacred Heart kids, and A-Rod back among us (02/2015): Tiger Woods has walked away from golf one more time. The 39-year-old took his leave after withdrawing from this weekend's tournament at Torrey Pines with back pain, that on the heels of shooting an 82 in Phoenix two weekends back....
Ohio judge who ruled in Pete Rose's favor retires - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinoi (12/2014): CINCINNATI (AP) - A county judge in Cincinnati who ruled in favor of Pete Rose during the Reds star's court fight against Major League Baseball and recently ordered a fellow judge to jail is retiring after four decades on the bench.
Pete Rose appearing in Atlantic City (11/2014): Baseball legend to field questions at Harrah’s
Giants roll past Royals in World Series opener - PETE ROSE: Dear 2014 baseball s (10/2014): Madison Bumgarner allowed one run on three hits over seven innings as the San Francisco Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals, 7-1 in the first game of the World Series Tuesday night.
Pete Rose receives standing ovation in Cinci (09/2014): Hits king Pete Rose got a standing ovation when he was shown on the videoboard during the seventh inning. Rose attends several games a year in his hometown. The Reds ended 44-37 at Great American Ball Park.
What would Pete Rose's Baseball HOF plaque say? (08/2014): What words would go on Pete Rose's Baseball Hall of Fame plaque if he were reinstated and ultimately elected?
Bicyclist in critical condition after being hit by vehicle on Pete Rose Way (05/2014): The bicyclist who was struck by a vehicle on Friday has been identified as 25-year-old Lafayatte Orr of Newport. He is reportedly in critical condition.
Lance Armstrong, Pete Rose Among Top Athletes Banned For Life (04/2014): NBA commissioner Adam Silver made history Tuesday by banning Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling...
Pete Rose talks redemption at Montco church (03/2014): All Pete Rose wants is a second chance.
TIMELINE: Pete Rose's career up to 25 years ago (02/2014): A timeline of Rose's life leading up to the beginning of the end of his baseball career with a Feb. 20 meeting with Major League Baseball's commissioner to discuss allegations that Rose was betting on baseball.
Pete Rose Jr. becomes White Sox' Class A manager (01/2014): Lincoln Saltdogs' Pete Rose Jr. throws to first base during a game against the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks Tuesday, July 27, 2004, in Fargo, N.D. Rose signed a contract with the Saltdogs, of the independent Northern League, on Tuesday.
Pete Rose: Baseball 'overreacting' to concussions (12/2013): Pete Rose: Baseball 'overreacting' to concussions
Now open: Pete Rose Way pedestrian bridge (11/2013): An integral new part to the central riverfront is now open for business.
Pete Rose meets with Universal Little League during Best of the Best (09/2013): The Universal Little League team never expected to go to the World Series in August, just as they never expected to have a baseball legend congratulate them on it.
From the archives: Pete Rose Jr. gets his shot (08/2013): Today is the 16-year anniversary of the Reds calling up Pete Rose Jr. Read all about it in our retro.Cincinnati archives.
Work continues on Pete Rose Way Pedestrian Bridge (07/2013): The new Pete Rose Way Pedestrian Bridge took a big step forward Wednesday when crews installed a 151-foot piece of the bridge. It will cross over Pete Rose Way between U.S. Bank Arena and Great American Ball Park.
Down On The Farm: Name strengthened Pete Rose Jr. (06/2013): First-year Voyagers' skipper draws on his vast pro experience, and his famous father.
Pete Rose appearance at Coca-Cola Park canceled (05/2013): Pete Rose's appearance at Coca-Cola Park on Father's Day has been canceled, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs said Thursday.
Sweeny: Hits Record? Derek Jeter’s Slim Chance To Catch Pete Rose Is Gone (04/2013): 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.
50 years of Pete Rose (03/2013): Cincinnati’s oldest African-American congregation must leave its home by May 1. - 12:11 am
Pete Rose: A Living Legend, Off The Record (02/2013): Gambling kept Rose out of baseball's Hall of Fame, and years later, the fallout continues. Topps baseball cards has quietly removed his name from the backs of cards that note major achievements. But is it time to re-evaluate Rose's singular status as a Major League Baseball pariah?
'Pete Rose' pulled from TLC lineup tonight (01/2013): TLC has pulled the "Pete Rose: Hits & Mrs" finale from the lineup tonight, after two weeks, and put "Cake Boss" in its place.
How Pete Rose affects alleged steroid users (12/2012): Former Reds great Pete Rose was deemed permanently ineligible by the commissioner, meaning his name has never been listed on any ballot for the Hall of Fame, an important distinction pointed out in Buster Olney's column about why Rose can't crack Cooperstown.
Pete Rose auctioning document banning him from baseball (10/2012): Former Cincinnati Reds great Pete Rose is auctioning his copy of the document that banned him from baseball.
Derek Jeter Keeps Closing In On Pete Rose’s Hits Record (08/2012): Derek Jeter needs a little more than 1,000 hits to catch the career hit leader, Pete Rose, and his record 4,256 hits. But at 38 and in his 18th season, can Jeter do it?
Pete Rose and Playboy model girlfriend to star in reality TV show (07/2012): The Learning Channel is betting TV watchers are going to tune in to watch a reality TV show starring disgraced baseball legend Pete Rose and his Playboy model girlfriend, Kiana Kim. Editor’s note: We know this is old news. We missed it last wee...
Pete Rose to cut ribbon at new Columbus casino (06/2012): A former Reds great will help open a new casino in Columbus on Tuesday.
Pete Rose, Ken Anderson to host signing sessions (04/2012): Cincinnati sports legends Pete Rose and Ken Anderson will both host autograph sessions this Saturday afternoon at rival sports memorabilia shops.
Pete Rose to Host WWE Monday Night Raw (03/2012): World Wrestling Entertainment has announced that major league baseball's hit king, Pete Rose, will be returning to the WWE to guest host the last RAW episode prior to Wrestlemania 26 on March 22, 2010, . . .
Pete Rose's old friend Tommy Gioiosa says the best revenge is success (02/2012): Tommy Gioiosa is chatting away as a breeze cuts through the Intracoastal and a full moon bounces off the water in the pool, lit in a stream of blue lights. Gioiosa is wearing jeans and a tight T-shirt, his standard business attire these days.
Pete Rose Jr. wants to manage in the majors (01/2012): Pete Rose Jr., much like his dad, never announced his retirement from playing baseball. Much like his dad, he basically just stayed in the dugout and shifted his focus to another job. Managing.
The Rant: Pete Rose would sell anything to make money (12/2011): Whenever Pete Rose's name stays out of the news for a few years, we begin to wonder why he isn't in the Hall of Fame. Then, to nobody's surprise, he does something stupid to remind us why he will never have a place in Cooperstown.
Pete Rose selling his baseball exit papers (11/2011): LAS VEGAS, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- Pete Rose, the Cincinnati slugger nicknamed "Charlie Hustle," is hustling autographed copies of the papers that banned him from baseball.
Former Blue Jay Molitor agrees with Pete Rose ban (08/2011): Hall of Famer sides with Commissioner Bud Selig on controversial topic
Chasing Pete Rose (07/2011): In case you hadn't heard, Pete Rose makes approximately 90 per cent of his post-retirement income by signing various objects at sports memorabilia shows. As a result, he doesn't just give his signature away. That would be like him giving away money.
Afternoon update: Pete Rose Jr. in Bluefield on Monday (06/2011): BLUEFIELD — When the Bristol Sox of the Appalachian League play at Bowen Field against the Bluefield Blue Jays on Monday night, people will notice the name of Bristol's new field manager for 2011.
Pete Rose Headlines Madison Mallards 2011 Alumni Game (04/2011): Pete Rose, Major League Baseball's all-time hit king, will headline the Madison Mallard's sixth annual MLB Alumni Game on Sunday, Aug. 14, at 5:05 p.m.
PHOTO: Pete Rose Sporting A Pete Rose Memorial Quilt (03/2011): Via Baseball Nation , a picture of Pete Rose at today's Reds game rocking four decades worth of fashion at all once. Get your Charlie Hustle on!
Release of Pete Rose documentary brings out hundreds of baseball fans (02/2011): Pete Rose signs autographs for fans on Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011. Photographer: Deb Silverman Copyright 2011 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Pete Rose comedic hit at sports stag (01/2011): Pete Rose wowed a huge audience with tales of baseball and life.
Wisch: Getting To Know The White Sox’s Pete Rose Jr. (12/2010): So, apparently, you can get a managing gig if your name is Pete Rose. Just as long as there’s a “Junior” attached to the end of it.