Pete Rose is the best hitter in baseball history and the numbers prove it. Rose is the all-time MLB leader in hits with 4,256, games played with 3,562 and at-bats with 14,053. Rose played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball, the majority for the Cincinnati Reds but also had short stints with the Philadelphia Phillies and Montreal Expos.
The Atlanta Falcons have made an imprint on the Deep South for almost 50 years since its inception into the NFL back in 1966. The Falcons have played through flashes of greatness throughout their existence, winning division championships on five separate occasions. The late Rankin Smith founded the Falcons in 1965 when he struck a deal with former NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle to bring an expansion team to the city of Atlanta. The Falcons became the 15th NFL franchise in existence prior to the NFL/AFL merger.
Chris Bosh is a nine-time NBA All-Star that dominates the league for the Miami Heat and is widely known for his contributing role as a member of the Heat’s Big Three. As part of a golden generation of NBA players that were all drafted in the same year and includes the likes of James and Carmelo Anthony, which makes it even more impressive that Bosh was selected fourth overall by the Toronto Raptors.