Former Major League Baseball (MLB) player and manager Pete Rose has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 14, 1941. He began playing professionally for the Cincinnati Reds from 1963 to 1978. Then, he joined the Philadelphia Phillies from 1979-1983, and the Montreal Expos in 1984. He went back to Reds from 1984-1986. During his stint with the Reds, he won over 30 MLB awards including Rookie of the Year and The World Series MVP. He participated on three World Series championship teams and holds two Gold Glove awards and three batting titles. He was also an 18-time all star. He keeps the MLB records for most career hits (4256), games played (3562), at bats (14,503) and outs (10,328). He retired as a player on November 11, 1986. He began coaching the Cincinnati Reds from 1984 to 1989 with a 426-388 record. After he was exposed of betting against his team, Reds games, he was excluded from the Baseball Hall of Fame. This decision is still being challenged. In January 2013, he was featured in a reality series Pete Rose: Hits and Mrs on TLC, which focused on his relationship with model Kiana Kim.