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Senior Entertainment Reporter John Kiesewetter has been covering TV and media issues for 20 years. After joining the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1975 as a summer intern, he worked as a county government and suburban reporter; assistant city editor and suburban editor; and features editor supervising the Life section. He has a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.

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Monday, January 14, 2008

Kiese Pick: Pete Rose's 4,192

Monday night baseball is back! Just a reminder that FSN Ohio airs Pete Rose's record-breaking hit No. 4,192 from Sept. 11, 1985 at 8-11 p.m. (or so) tonight . It's the debut of FSNO's "Reds Rewind Classics," nine straight Monday night replays of entire Reds games.

In my Friday blog, I listed all nine games.

Sure beats "American Gladiators".... though "Prison Break" returns tonight, along with a new "Kyle XY" on ABC Family, "CSI: Miami" with Elizabeth Berkley as Horatio's ex, and NBC's "Medium."


at 1/14/2008 12:20 PM Anonymous P. Gardner said...

Iv'e got Pete Rose's record-breaking hit and ovation (8 minutes) on tape with Joe morgan in the announcer's booth, Marge giving him that red Corvette (license plate 4192), Rose hugging Tommy Helms and breaking down and finally hugging his son. I play it regularly mostly because Dire Straits at Wembly Stadium and many rock vieos from early MTV, before it was wrecked by rap, are also on the 2 hour tape.

at 1/14/2008 3:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

could someone please explain to me who thinks David Caruso is such a hunk? Now they have Elizabeth Berkley as his wife? No way that dork has this many hot women throwing their panties at a cartoon character like him. I wish this show would just stop with the premise of having a story line, and fill all Caruso's screen time with either a test pattern, or at least with some of those nice establishing shots of Miami which are rapidly becoming the only reason to watch this show, and only then if you are able to watch in HD.

at 1/15/2008 9:03 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Things I forgot about Pete's night.

Forgot the great defense from Eddie Milner.

Forgot Tom Browning's performance.(In today's pitching world he would have been pulled for a pinch hitter in the 6th).

Forgot Pete's rolling stop to make the last out.

It was neat to see it all again. The player comments inserts were fun to hear.

at 1/15/2008 2:55 PM Blogger Aviator said...

What a game! I DVR'd the broadcast last night and watched part of it today.

It makes you ready for the new baseball season to start.

What a difference we have seen in the game that is played today. From the actual broadcast (quality and style) to the quality of the players. Back then there didn't seem to be such a black cloud hanging over the sport. (ie...Barry "I'm a Cheat" Bonds.

It was great to see Pete play again! Keeping my fingers crossed that he'll get the ban lifted.

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