On Friday, TMZ Sports reported the filing noted the longtime Cincinnati Reds superstar, who's now 77, is dealing with a myriad of physical issues.
"[Rose] is currently disabled and can barely walk or travel," the filing read. "His health is deteriorating and [he] has a heart condition and [is] on blood thinners."
"I am in poor health and disabled, and have trouble walking," Rose said.
The 17-time All-Star selection, three-time World Series champion and 1973 NL MVP added he's lost around $550,000 in annual income over the past year, bringing his yearly earnings to $453,000.
Rose is attempting to block his wife from receiving spousal support or forcing him to cover legal fees related to the divorce, per TMZ Sports.
Rose was enshrined in the Reds Hall of Fame in 2016.