Found August 14, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Pete Rose
Pete Rose made some powerful remarks earlier this week about his lifetime ban from baseball, saying he should have picked alcohol, drugs, or beating up his wife as a vice instead of gambling on games. The point the Cincinnati Reds legend was trying to make is that players who are guilty of that type of […]
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  • I always knew Rose is an assshole...but this stupid insensitive remark proves it beyond a shadow of a doubt. It also shows how pathetic and desperate he is. HEY PETE, you are NEVER getting into the HOF....NEVER!!!
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