On September 11, 2010 — With MLB’s permission, Pete Rose goes on the Great American Ball Park field for the celebration of his record-breaking hit that passed Ty Cobb, making him the all-time leader. The banished player is joined by former teammates, including Tony Perez and Cesar Geronimo, and Reds’ owner Bob Castellini, who gives him a trophy commemorating the 25th anniversary of the historic 4,192nd hit.

 


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