If nothing else, Pete Rose is an opportunist. And if nothing else, new baseball commissioner Rob Manfred allowed Major League Baseball to act in a hypocritical manner.
Pete Rose is done. He will never — if this latest allegation and the smoking gun of an old betting chit are true — get into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. To that, I say this: So what? Who cares? What’s it matter?
New information should do nothing to your opinion, Rose has always been a liar.
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It’s not often Pete Rose says he’s sorry, but baseball’s all-time hit king has done so in the wake of his candid comments regarding his banishment from baseball.
When it comes to controversy, Pete Rose is all too familiar with it. Baseball’s all-time hits leader has been banned from the sport he drew his ‘Charlie Hustle’ name from since 1989 for betting on games while he was manager of the Cincinnati Reds.