1981 Topps ‘Record Breakers’ – Card #205 – Pete Rose

1981 Topps ‘Record Breakers’ – Card #205 – Pete Rose

“Rose sets new standard in at-bats”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 5, 1980.

Phillies’ first baseman Pete Rose has added another record to his ever-increasing collection.  Nicknamed ‘Charlie Hustle’, he topped the 600 mark in official at-bats in 1980 marking the 13th consecutive season that he reached that plateau.  The former major league record of 12 consecutive seasons was set by Nelson(Nellie) Fox of the White Sox from 1951 through 1962.

My Take – Put this guy in the ‘Hall’ already!!!


3 responses to “1981 Topps ‘Record Breakers’ – Card #205 – Pete Rose

  1. I figure he gets in, when one of the steroid users makes it in.
    If not….

  2. Despite his faults, he deserves the recognition of being one of MLB’s greatest first basemen. Should be in the hall..

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