This day in baseball: Rose-y beginnings

In his debut as a Cincinnati Red, rookie Pete Rose went 2-for-2 in an exhibition game against the Chicago White Sox on March 10, 1963.  That spring, Rose went on to become the Opening Day second baseman, and was name the National League’s Rookie of the Year at the end of the season.

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