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Stirring stirrups game worn by Pete Rose and autographed by the Hit King on the day he tied Ty Cobb's career mark of 4,191 singles, when he singled twice off the Cubs' Reggie Patterson One of the striking aspects of the Rose pursuit of the record, which he got on September 11th of that year, was that he racked up more than 1,000 hits after the age of 38. The signature on each bright red stirrup (a now-defunct piece of baseball equipment) is, "Pete Rose, 9-8-85" in black ink, rating a 9 out of a possible 10. Stirrups show great game use and are NRMT.
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