ATLANTA (AP) _ Pete Rose, banned from baseball for gambling, has won a spot in the outfield on the All-Century Team, and is expected to join 17 others for an on-field ceremony Sunday night before Game 2 of the World Series.

The 30-man team will be announced by baseball later today.

Another of those voted in by fans, New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens, is scheduled to start Game 4 against the Atlanta Braves. The other active players among 25 selected by the fans were St. Louis first baseman Mark McGwire, Seattle outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. and Baltimore shortstop Cal Ripken Jr.

Lou Gehrig got the most votes from fans, followed by Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Ted Williams and Willie Mays.

Five players bypassed by fans were added to the team by a panel of experts. They are shortstop Honus Wagner, outfielder Stan Musial, and pitchers Lefty Grove, Christy Mathewson and Warren Spahn.

Also voted to the team were catchers Johnny Bench and Yogi Berra, second basemen Jackie Robinson and Rogers Hornsby, shortstop Ernie Banks, third basemen Brooks Robinson and Mike Schmidt, outfielders Ty Cobb, Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle, and pitchers Bob Gibson, Walter Johnson, Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan and Cy Young.