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Billy Reed: As Reds induct Pete Rose into their Hall of Fame, may he fully appreciate the moment

Pete Rose signs autographs at Florence Freedom last season (Photo by Mark Hansel I am delighted that the Cincinnati Reds will retire Pete Rose’s No. 14 and induct him into the team’s Hall of Fame Sunday at Great American Ball Park. It this is as good as it gets for Rose – if he never gets inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. – it’s still should be more than enough...

Jamie Vaught: Baseball fans will find lots to like at Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum

If you are a baseball fan, you certainly will enjoy a popular attraction at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.             The colorful (and fun) place to visit is the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum, which is filled with rare artifacts and memorabilia going all the way back to the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, the first professional team in baseball.  The HOF and Museum...

Keith Taylor: Cincy does right thing by inducting Pete Rose into Reds Hall of Fame

Major League Baseball struck out when commissioner Rob Manfred denied an appeal by Pete Rose to be reinstated into baseball last month. Rose, banned for life in 1989 for violating the league’s code against gambling, spent more than two decades away from the sport that made him famous. Over the course of time, Rose admitted to betting on baseball and confessing to the sins that have never been...