Pete Rose is best known for his many years with the Cincinnati Reds as a player and manager. His career began in 1963 and Rose earned his nickname Charlie Hustle for his brisk style of play, especially when stealing bases. Rose retired as a player in 1986 and moved to coaching.
Three years later, his brilliant career was mired in a gambling scandal. This interview discusses his many different roles in sports, as a player, a manager and most recently as a radio broadcaster.
Here Rose is interviewed by Ann Liguori, award-winning luminary in sports broadcasting with a celebrated career that spans two decades. Pete's feisty style comes across when Ann asks him about the gambling scandal and what he feels his chances are in ever getting into Baseball's Hall of Fame. Liguori has interviewed some of the most legendary sports personalities, drawing out their success stories, their opinions on a variety of issues, and their love of the game. Download and start listening now!