Pete Rose To Be Inducted Into Reds Hall Of Fame During 2016 Season

Pete Rose

Photo via Pete Rose is honored prior to the 2015 MLB All Star Game at Great American Ball Park.

Pete Rose isn’t getting anywhere near Cooperstown, but he’ll still be in a Hall of Fame somewhere.

The Cincinnati Reds announced Tuesday they will induct Rose into the Reds Hall of Fame during the weekend of June 24 to June 26. Rose is a Cincinnati native and spent 19 of his 24 major league seasons with the Reds.

“Inducting Pete into the Reds Hall of Fame will be a defining moment in the 147-year history of this storied franchise,” Reds CEO Bob Castellini said in a statement. “He is one of the greatest players to ever wear a Reds uniform and it will be an unforgettable experience watching him being honored as such.”

The three-time World Series champion, 17-time All-Star and all-time hits leader has been banned from baseball since 1989, when it was discovered he bet on baseball as a manager for the Reds. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred denied Rose’s latest bid for reinstatement in December, which more than likely was Rose’s last chance.

Thumbnail photo via Frank Victores/USA TODAY Sports Images

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