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We asked and you chose: Out of 64 Reds players from all periods of history, Pete Rose is the best of all-time, according to you.
You can see the full bracket of fan voting at http://goo.gl/Mb4NN .
Pete Rose: The Hit King and record-holder for most hits in a career at 4,256. With the Reds, Rose recorded 3,358 of those hits, with an average of .307 and an on-base percentage of .379. Rose also knocked in 1,036 runs in his time with the Reds.
A 17-time All-Star, Rose won the 1963 Rookie of the Year Award, and took home NL Most Valuable Player in 1973. Rose claimed two Gold Gloves in 1969 and 1970 while in the outfield, and added a Silver Slugger award late in his career in 1981 with the Phillies.
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