Here's a look at the life of former Cincinnati Reds player and manager Pete Rose.
Personal: Birth name: Peter Edward Rose
Birth date: April 14, 1941
Birth place: Cincinnati, Ohio
Father: Harry Rose, a bank clerk and semi-pro baseball and football player
Mother: LaVerne Rose
Marriages: Carol (Woliung) Rose, (April 11, 1984-2011, divorced); Karolyn (Englehardt) Rose (January 25, 1964-1980, divorced)
Children: with Carol (Woliung) Rose: Kara, 1989, Tyler, 1985; with Karolyn (Englehardt) Rose: Pete, Jr., 1969, Fawn, 1968
Military: Ohio Army National Guard
Other: He was nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" as a rookie.
His record shows him to be the only player in Major League history to play more than 500 games at five different positions, first base 939, second base 628, third base 634, left field 671, and in right field 595.
Rose holds the Major League Baseball record for the number of games played (3,562) and hits (4,256).
He was on the National League All-Star team 17 times between 1965 and 1985 and was the oldest player from 1980 through 1986.
He is the first person since 1943 banned for life from baseball and the 15th in the history of the game.
Timeline: July 8, 1960 - Rose begins his pro career with the minor league team Geneva Redlegs of the New York-Penn League.
1963 - Plays his first season for Cincinnati Reds. At the end of the season he's voted National League Rookie of the Year.
1965 - Leads the league in hits with 209 and a batting average of .312. It is the first of 16 seasons in which his batting average is at least .300, the first of 10 seasons with 200 or more hits (a major league record) and the first of seven years leading the league in hits.
1968-1969 - He wins the first two of his three batting titles.
1969-1970 - Wins a Gold Glove both years for fielding excellence as an outfielder.
1973 - National League Most Valuable Player and wins the batting title.
1975 - Rose is named World Series Most Valuable Player after the Reds defeat the Boston Red Sox 4-3.
December 5, 1978-October 19, 1983 - Plays for the Philadelphia Phillies and wins the 1980 World Series, beating the Kansas City Royals 4-3.
1984 - Plays 95 games with the Montreal Expos
August 16, 1984 - Is hired as player/manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
September 11, 1985 - At home against the San Diego Padres, Rose breaks Ty Cobb's 57-year record of 4,191 career hits.