Pete Rose net worth: Pete Rose is an Ohio-born baseball player and manager who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Pete Rose played for the Cincinnati Reds twice, The Philadelphia Phillies, and The Montreal Expos. He also managed the Cincinnati Reds from 1984-1989. During his career, Pete received over 30 MLB awards, including Rookie of the Year and The World Series MVP Award. During his career, Pete Rose played on three World Series championship teams, won two Gold Glove awards and three batting titles. He also was a Rookie of the Year and an 18 time all star. Rose holds the MLB records for most career hits (4256), games played (3562, at bats (14,053) and outs (10,328). After it was revealed that he bet on Reds games, Pete was denied inclusion in the Baseball Hall of Fame, a decision that is still being contested. In January 2013, Pete Rose began appearing in a TLC reality series with his wife Kiana. The show is called "Pete Rose: Hits and Mrs".
During his professional baseball playing and managing career, Pete Rose earned a total of $7.1 million in salary. His highest earning year was 1986 when the Cincinnati Reds paid Rose $1 million for managing the team. His biggest contract as a player came in 1979 when Rose signed a four year $3.225 million deal, originally with the Reds. That contract paid Pete $905,000 in 1979, $805,000 in 1980, $705,000 in 1981 and $910,000 in 1982.