CHICAGO -- Pete Rose Jr. continues to follow in the shadow of his famous father.
The Chicago White Sox announced Monday that Rose Jr. will take over as manager of their Advanced Rookie League team at Bristol, Va.
Rose Jr. had a 21-year minor league career that ended in 2009. During that stretch, he played in only 11 major league games, getting 14 plate appearances and two hits with the Cincinnati Reds in 1997.
His father played in 24 major league seasons, 19 of those with ...Read full story
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