I was listening to the game thursday, and they featured one of those "On this day in Reds' history... " deals.
On That chosen date in Reds' history, Pete Rose scored what would be the deciding run in a Reds' victory by scoring from SECOND! base on a passed ball charged to Bob Boone.
Several times since the great putz joined the Reds, I have heard him dis Pete as a selfish player.
Pete was not only a player in a league Boone coudn't even see, but a better manager as well.
BTW, I've never heard Pete Rose dis Bob Boone. I wonder if he even remembers him.