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It was Pitcher Sammy Ellis of the Cincinnati Reds speaking, and his words confirmed the opinion of most people in the National League. "We had the best team in the league, or for that matter in baseball, last year,"...
January 24, 1966
•Pete Rose, of the Cincinnati Reds, when asked if he thought he would hit .300 again in 1966: "I read that Warren Spahn has retired and Bob Friend was traded to the other league. I hit 11 for 14 against Spahn and 9...
September 20, 1965 | Jack Mann
That's what they call Cincinnati's Pete Rose, who runs to first on walks and leads the league in base hits. His new-found double-play skills could win the pennant
August 02, 1965 | Mark Mulvoy
NATIONAL LEAGUESecond Baseman Pete Rose helped prevent a CINCINNATI (4-4) collapse with his aggressive play. The Reds, who pulled to within one game of Los Angeles, had lost three straight before Pete took charge. He...
July 29, 1963 | Robert Creamer
On a sultry summer evening, conversation in the dugout turns to the current controversy over beanings, a rookie first baseman's costly mistakes and an umpire's pride in his profession