In 2004 Pete wrote the book My Prison Without Bars with Rick Hill.
In 1989 Pete wrote a book with Roger Kahn called Pete Rose: My Story.
Pete's career statistics include 14,053 at-bats, 5,752 total bases, 1,566 walks, 198 stolen bases, 79 sacrifice flies and 56 sacrifice bunts. He also had a career slugging percentage of .409 and an on base percentage of .375. Pete also amassed 167 career intentional walks, 135 triples, 1,314 RBI's and was hit by a pitch 107 times.
Pete has the modern-day National League record for most consecutive game hitting streaks of 20 or more games seven different times.
Pete holds the modern-day National League record for longest consecutive game hitting streak with 44.
Pete had five or more hits in ten games, a National League record.
Pete holds the National League record for most career doubles with 746.
Pete has the National League record for most career runs with 2,165.
Pete holds the National League record for most years played at 24.
Pete played in 1,972 Major League winning games - more than anyone else in baseball history.
Pete is the only player to be voted to start an All-Star game at five different positions. They were 1B, 2B, 3B, LF and RF.
Pete holds the Major League record for most positions with more than 500 games played. His totals are 1B (939) 2B (628) 3B (634) LF (671) RF (595).
Pete holds the Major League record for most seasons with 100 or more games played at 23.
Pete holds the Major League record for most consecutive seasons of 100 or more hits with 23.
Pete has the Major League record for most seasons of 200 or more hits with 10.
Pete has the Major League record for most total bases by a switch hitter with 5,752.
Pete has the Major League record for most singles at 3,315.
After the 1975 World Series, Pete was named the Most Valuable Player.
Pete was named National League Rookie of the Year in 1963.
Pete was named the National League's MVP in 1973.
Pete hit better than .300 in fifteen different seasons.
Pete was born in Cincinnati, Ohio where he played most of his career.
During Spring Training of his rookie year, Pete got the nickname "Charlie Hustle" from Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford after he ran to first base after a walk.
Pete's teams won three World Series Championships (1975, 1976, 1980).
Pete played in more career games (3,562) than any other player in Major League Baseball history.
Pete has the most career hits in Major League Baseball history.(4,256)
Rose: I'm just like everybody else. I have two arms, two legs and four-thousand hits.
Rose: Doctors tell me I have the body of a thirty year old. I know I have the brain of a fifteen year old. If you've got both, you can play baseball.
Rose Am I still in uniform? Then I ain't retired.
Rose: I'd walk through hell in a gasoline suit to play baseball.
Rose: Brooks Robinson belongs in a higher league.