Pete Rose, MLB's career hits leader, says he remains optimistic that his lifetime ban for betting on baseball will one day be lifted.
Four checks written by Pete Rose, which were used as evidence of his betting history that resulted in his being banished from baseball, will go up for auction Friday.
Pete Rose's copy of the document that banished him from baseball failed to meet its reserve price when the auction closed on Saturday night.
Twenty-three years after Pete Rose's banishment from baseball, the five-page signed document detailing its conditions is hitting the auction block.
A bat purportedly used by Pete Rose sold on Saturday for more than $100,000 -- surpassing its auction estimate by more than tenfold.
Pete Rose's second autobiography, "My Prison Without Bars," will debut at No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list.
Doubts that Pete Rose's second autobiography would sell out of its initial printing of 500,000 books are quickly fading.
Two online sportsbooks post odds on baseball's hit king becoming eligible for the Hall of Fame.
Playing the pariah has been good business for Pete Rose. But will his admission he bet on baseball cost him?
If Pete Rose were on the ballot, baseball writers say they would vote for him.
Pete Rose has a new backer in his bid to reach the Hall of Fame.
Another gum controversy is brewing.