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Author Rose, Pete, 1941- author
Title Play hungry : the making of a baseball player / Pete Rose
Published New York : Penguin Press, 2019
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 Rodman Branch Adult Biography  R797p  [NEW ITEM]  AVAILABLE
 Rodman Main Adult Biography  R797p  [NEW ITEM]  AVAILABLE
Descript xi, 290 pages, 16 unnumbered ages of plates : illustrations (some color), photographs ; 25 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Note Includes index
Summary "Pete Rose was a legend on the field. As baseball's Hit King, he shattered a number of hitting records that may never be broken. And during the 1970s, he was the leader of the Big Red Machine, the Cincinnati Reds teams that dominated the game. But he's also the greatest player who may never make the Hall of Fame because of his lifetime ban from the sport. Perhaps no other athlete's story is so representative of the triumphs and tragedies of our national pastime."--Dust flap
Contents Big Pete -- Leland T. Jones's leather strap -- Not the best baseball player -- Passed over -- Uncle Buddy -- Geneva (not Switzerland) -- Tampa -- Instructional league -- Macon -- Straight to the bigs -- Frank and Vada -- Rookie ofthe year -- Venezuela -- "Hustling little Pete Rose" -- Vietnam -- Batting title -- Morganna -- Collision -- "He never walks when he can run" -- Brawling at Shea -- Some kind of game -- Winning with the Phillies -- A big-league skipper -- Hit king -- I blew it, I know that -- Pete Jr. makes the big leagues -- Epilogue: Baseball has to make a few changes
Subject Rose, Pete, 1941-
Baseball players -- United States -- Biography
Autobiography
ISBN 9780525558675
0525558675

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