True Story: Show no pity for Pete Rose

Encounters and stories from working with Pete Rose in Las Vegas.
By: Champion Sports Views
Pete Rose
Pete Rose
May 13, 2010 - PRLog -- For a little more then two years, I worked and dove in to the dirty, materialistic city that is Las Vegas, Nevada.  My employer was a sports and celebrity memorabilia shop on the Las Vegas strip.  As many may already know, the “Hit King” Pete Rose would spend three to four days every week signing his life away on anything and everything for fans willing to over spend on his signature.  Rose would charge anywhere from $60 to $600 to place his name on a baseball, photograph, jersey, ball cap, bat, helmet or lithograph.  Rose has no shame, at one point our newest item was a baseball signed with the infamous “I’m sorry I bet on baseball”. He is no different then...continue reading at:
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Tags:Pete Rose, Gambling, Steroids, Women, Las Vegas, Signature, Baseball, Reds
Industry:Media, Sports, Society
Location:Eugene - Oregon - United States
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