Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Pete Rose, Jr.'s professional baseball career:

Erie Orioles (1989)
Frederick Keys (1989-1990)
Sarasota White Sox (1991)
Columbus RedStixx (1992)
Kinston Indians (1993)
GCL White Sox (1994)
Hickory Crawdads (1994)
Prince William Cannons (1994)
South Bend Silver Hawks (1995)
Birmingham Barons (1995-1996)
Chattanooga Lookouts (1997)
Cincinnati Reds (1997)
Indianapolis Indians (1997-1998)
Nashville Sounds (1998)
New Jersey Jackals (1998-1999)
Reading Phillies (2000-2001)
Chattanooga Lookouts (2001-2002)
Winnipeg Goldeyes (2002)
Joliet JackHammers (2003)
Lincoln Saltdogs (2004)
Long Island Ducks (2005)
Bridgeport Bluefish (2006)
Long Island Ducks (2007-present)

Pete Rose Jr. was called up to the majors just once, for an 11-game stint with the Reds. He struck out 9 times in his 14 allotted major league at-bats. At age 38 he's still playing, in Central Islip, still looking for that last shot at the bigs.

1 comment:

Skramly said...

He looks just like his dad. That's quite a list of minor teams. I think the "Hickory Crawdads" are my favorite. Is that a Virginia team?