Rose earns millions signing autographs

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Pete Rose, Major League Baseball's all-time hits leader who has been banned from the game for decades, still makes a very good living.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Rose, 72, earns more than $1 million per year signing autographs.
Rose has been working and living in Las Vegas since 2005, spending several hours per day, 15 to 25 days per month, every month, signing memorabilia and posing for pictures.
He signs autographs for anyone who buys memorabilia from him and his business partners. Typically, items range from $75 to $800.
Rose's best year was in 2007 when he made $3.6 million.