Rose re lects on
NL hit record
PHILADELPHIA (AP)- Pete Rose said he stood on first base and had goose
"I never felt anything like it," said Rose, who had just collected hit No. 3,631 to
erase Stan Musial's National League all-time career record of 3,630.
"I'VE RECEIVED standing ovations in my life," Rose said Monday night, "but
nothing like this."
The crowd of 60,561, obviously attracted by the 40-year-old Rose's bid for a piece
of baseball history, applauded, cheered and screamed as if it were New Year's
Eve in Times Square.
Rose's night was capped by a call from President Reagan who congratulated the
Philadelphia Phillies' first baseman and complimented him for bringing baseball
back in style.
Reagan, of course, was talking about opening night for baseball's second season
after a 50-day players' strike and more than a week of preparing for the resum-
ption of play.
All-time singles hitter in National League history. Honus Wagner 2nd.
Has led NL in doubles five times.
Won NL batting titles in 1968 (.335), 1969 (.348), 1973 (338).
Set modern NL record, hitting safely in 44 consecutive games (1978).
Only player in major league history to collect 200 hits in 10 seasons.
Holds all-time records for most hits and total bases lifetime by a switch-hitter
and most HRs lifetime (NL) for a switch-hitter.
Holds all-time record for most seasons with 600 at-bats (16) and most con-
secutive seasons with 600 at-bats.
Holds all-time record of playing most seasons of 150 games (15).
Holds major league record, highest fielding percentage, lifetime by an out-
fielder, 1,000 or more games (.992).
Had 678 consecutive-game playing streak 9th longest in baseball history.
Has hit .300 or better in 14 of his 18 seasons.
Has been named to the NL All-Star team 14 times.
Has started at five different positions (lf, rf, 3b, 2b, lb) in All-Star Game.
Ranks 1st on the all-time NL hit list.
Ranks 3rd on the all-time hit list. (Cobb 1st, Aaron 2nd).
Ranks 2nd on all-time at-bat list (Aaron 1st).
Ranks 4th on the all-time doubles list (Speaker 1st. Banks 2nd in NL).
Ranks 7th on the all-time games played list (Aaron 1st). Ranks 4th in NL.
Ranks 8th on the all-time runs scored list (Cobb 1st). Ranks 4th in NL.
Led NL in hits in 1965, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1976.
Led NL in runs in 1969, 1974, 1975, 1976.
Has lifetime batting average of .310.
1963 Rookie of the Year.
1973 NL MVP.
1975 World Series MVP.
NL Player of the Decade (70's), named by The Sporting News.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Jets cut ex-'M' gridder
From The Associated Press
Former Michigan gridder Chris God- the Cleveland Indians, the 1980
frey was cut yesterday by the New American League Rookie of the Year,
York Jets. The defensive end's release has been optioned to the team's Class
marks the third former Michigan foot- AAA Charleston Charlies, officials said
ball player to be cut this week. Quar- yesterday .
terback John Wangler and offensive Charboneau has been struggling at
guard John Powers were cut yesterday the plate this season, hitting .206 with
by the Dallas Cowboys and New York four home runs and 16 RBI. He hit .289
Giants respectively. Godfrey played for with 23 home runs and 87 RBI in 1980.
Michigan from 1977-1979. "We just feel that Joe is having a
tough time at the plate. We think he's
Charboneau sent to minors too good a ball player to stay up here
CLEVELAND (AP)- Outfielder and and struggle with this kind of pressure
designated-hitter Joe Charboneau of on him," said Phil Seghi, Indians'
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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES' FIRST baseman Pete Rose made baseball
history Monday when he broke Stan Musial's National League all-time hit
record in a game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Rose surpassed the record
in front of a crowd of 60,561.
-In front of the MICHIGAN UNION
-On the corner of S. Univ. & E. Univ.
-(across from Ulrich's)
-At the BUS STOP behind C. C. Little (on N. Univ.)
-In the main lobby of ANGELL HALL
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