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This Day in Reds History
March 10th

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1963 In an exhibition game against the White Sox, 21 year-old rookie Pete Rose goes 2-for-2 in his first appearance in a Reds' uniform. The future all-time major league leader in hits will be named the National League's Rookie of the Year.
1967 Ted Davidson, a southpaw specialist who had five wins and four saves for the Reds last season, is gunned down in an alley as he leaves a local restaurant, telling police his estranged wife shot him once in the abdomen and twice in the chest. The charge against Mary Ruth Davidson will be dismissed when her husband, who will return to the team in June, but without his same effectiveness, fails to appear in court on two occasions.

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