Baseball legend Pete Rose is coming to Owensboro for a very special evening.  "An Evening with Pete Rose Live" will take place Friday, September 15th at the RiverPark Center downtown and some tickets are still available.

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Tickets for this special, one night only event remain on sale at  Reserved seats are $35 (lower level) and $25 (balcony).  And there are still some really good orchestra seats available.  If you click on the website above, you can actually choose your own seats from the seating chart.

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.

According to the event website, Pete is going to share some of his favorite memories and stories from his legendary career.  "Pete takes you inside the dugout with his stories about the golden years of baseball. Experience what it is like to be on the field of dreams with baseball legends. You will laugh at Pete's inspiring stories and profound wisdom. This is a show that you don't want to miss. Hustle to get your tickets now!"