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Rose singles his way past Cobb's record
By Larry Schwartz
Special to

July 27, 1984

Next season, Pete Rose will get the significant record, the one he really wants. Tonight in Philadelphia, the Montreal Expos first baseman gets a smaller piece of history, also at Ty Cobb's expense.

Batting right-handed against former Phillies teammate Steve Carlton, Rose singles in the seventh inning. It's the 3,053rd single of Rose's career, breaking the all-time record he shared with Cobb for one day.

Rose's hit starts a three-run inning as the Expos beat the Phillies, 6-1.

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