The Chicago White Sox announced Monday that Rose Jr. will take over as manager of their Advanced Rookie League team at Bristol.
Pete Rose Jr. spent a month in jail earlier this year on a steroids distribution conviction, but he's still playing ball.
Pete Rose Jr., the son of baseball's career hits leader, was sentenced Monday to one month in prison and five months of home detention for distributing a drug sometimes sold as a steroid alternative to his minor league teammates.
Pete Rose said his son, who pleaded guilty to distributing GBL, made a "small mistake" has taken responsibility for it and hopes to keep playing baseball.
Pete Rose said his son made a mistake but is taking responsibility for his actions.
Pete Rose Jr., the son of baseball's all-time hits leader, pleaded guilty Monday to charges that he was distributing GBL, a drug sometimes sold as a steroid alternative, to his minor league teammates.
Pete Rose Jr. said Wednesday that his father told him the truth about two years ago. Rose Jr. doesn't recall the setting for their conversation, but remembers his reaction.
Pete Rose Jr. was released Friday by the Cincinnati Reds' Double-A farm team in Chattanooga.
Pete Rose Jr. is back in the Cincinnati Reds' farm system.
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On the eve of this year's Hall of Fame inductions, former Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. believes Pete Rose should be allowed into the Hall of Fame on the strength of his stellar career.