On April 13, 1984, Pete Rose collects the 4,000th hit of his major league career. The Montreal Expos first baseman achieves the milestone by doubling against Jerry Koosman of the Philadelphia Phillies. Rose receives a three-minute standing ovation from the fans at Olympic Stadium. He joins Ty Cobb as the only major leaguers to reach 4,000 career hits. The hit comes exactly 21 years after Rose delivered his first hit.
Pete Rose of the Philadelphia Phillies breaks Stan Musial’s all-time National League hit record with hit No. 3,631.
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