Pete Rose is Back in Baseball

After more than 27 years away from the sport, Pete Rose makes his triumphant return to Major League Baseball (MLB) by partnering with fanDaction—the next generation fantasy sports platform offering more sports, more choices, and twice the action traditionally available. Through the partnership, Pete will enhance the fan experience by becoming the first MLB player and manager to participate in a unique online fantasy sports contest Pete’s Picks daily at Players can match their skills versus Pete’s knowledge and skill year round in baseball, football and basketball, in order to win big online.

“I’m excited to partner with a company like fanDaction, which allows me to interact daily in an innovative way to enhance fans’ baseball experience,” said Pete. “Pete’s Picks—the first of its kind in MLB—speaks volumes about the vision of the fanDaction team to bring more unique offerings than ever to fantasy sports and the people who love them.”

Unlike other fantasy sports sites, fanDaction broadens the fan’s experience at all levels by inviting more creative game offerings than the competition. In addition to salary cap contests, fanDaction also will offer Pick5 and Pick10 non-salary cap games, first and second half fantasy contests, and fantasy horse matchups.

To learn more about fanDaction or start playing against Pete today, visit You also can follow @fanDaction on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook by following 

About fanDaction

Founded in 2014 by fantasy sports fans that know what fantasy sports fans want, fanDaction is the next generation platform revolutionizing the online daily fantasy sports experience. Based in Akron, Ohio, fanDaction is the only fantasy sports site offering first and second half contests, fantasy horse matchups, and kiosks in sports bars across the country. To learn more about fanDaction, visit, follow @fanDaction on Twitter, and like fanDaction on Facebook at

About Pete Rose

Pete Rose is a former Major League Baseball player and manager, who spent most of his career with the Cincinnati Reds. Pete won more games than any player in any sport (1972) and more career hits (4,256) than any other player in MLB history. A perennial fan favorite and 17-time All-Star known for his hustling style, Pete resides in Las Vegas, Nev.