During the 40’s, 50’s and even 60’s Big League players had to find jobs during the off-season to supplement their incomes and sustain their lifestyles. Today their minimum wage is in the $600,000 range and most players’ make millions more as opposed to many teachers who make $40,000 working all year.
Pete Rose talks about the art of batting.
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14 Days of Pete Rose by Cincinnati Reds shows some of his most memorable moments playing baseball.
Click on the title to relive this historic event!!!! Pete Rose make his record breaking hit on September 11, 1985. Hit 4192. Switch hitter Pete Rose conquered one of baseball’s greatest records.
Click above to read…This is a story I loved when I read it. Thank You Chris Sperry for sharing Coach Scolinos’ life changing speech!