Pete Rose Jr.’s major league career consisted of eleven games in 1997. The rest of his professional playing days included twenty-one seasons in the minor leagues and independent leagues. His career paled in comparison to his father Pete Rose Sr., who was the all-time hit leader in Major League Baseball.
Now, Pete Jr. is still pursuing his major league dream, but this time as a manager. He has served as a Rookie League manager for the past three seasons in the Chicago White Sox organization, and is hoping that route may eventually land him a job in the big leagues again.
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