Baseball legend Pete Rose is coming to Beaver Dam in 2020.

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"An Evening with Pete Rose Live" will be Saturday, February 29th at Ohio County High School.  Tickets will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, December 18 and a limited number of V.I.P. tickets will be available.

Pete Rose began playing for the Cincinnati Reds in 1963 and wrapped up his storied career as a player in 1986.  In the Major Leagues, he recorded 4,256 hits, had 160 home runs and 1,314 RBI's.  Of course, he earned the nickname "Hit King" when he reached 4192 career hits.  In addition to playing for the Reds, Rose also played for the Philadelphia Phillies and the Montreal Expos.  He's a seventeen-time MLB All-Star and member of three World Series championship teams.  His Cincinnati Reds jersey, #14, has been retired.