Pete Rose is now 73 years old and has been banned from baseball since August 1989. He applied for reinstatement in 1997, and met with commissioner Bud Selig as recently as November 2002 to discuss his return to the game he loves
I normally find reality television to be vapid, mind-numbing, narcissistic pig slop. Suffice it to say, I tuned into Pete Rose's new TLC show with something less than an open mind. Five minutes in, I was hooked.
In the 12th inning of last night's Giants-Marlins game, San Francisco star catcher Buster Posey seriously injured his left ankle in a collision with Florida's Scott Cousins. That play was not the first time a catcher trying to block home plate suffered a serious injury.
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