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Fox isn’t firing Pete Rose for betting on games 30 years ago

Earlier this week, ESPN’s Outside the Lines released a report detailing the revelation that Pete Rose bet on games in 1986 when he was still a player with the Cincinnati Reds. Some condemned the report as a hatchet job of Rose, even though it was a typically well-researched OTL piece, while others came to the rather obvious conclusion that this would be another nail in the coffin...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Russo pisses off John Dowd, gets hung up on

John Dowd, the former federal prosecutor who wrote the Dowd Report that resulted in Pete Rose getting banned from baseball, appeared on Mad Dog Unleashed on Tuesday. Naturally, the situation immediately got heated between him and Chris Russo, and Dowd ended up hanging up on Russo about four minutes into the interview. So Russo’s main point is that Dowd had no evidence that Rose...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Notebook shows Pete Rose gambled during time as a player

It’s been twenty-six years since Major League Baseball permanently banned Pete Rose from the league. As any baseball fan probably knows, Rose was banned for allegedly betting on baseball and his team while he was the manager for the Cincinnati Reds. It is now being reported that his gambling dates further back than his time as a coach. According to an Outside The Lines report,...
Via Campus Sports Net
7 days ago  |  Discuss

New evidence shows Pete Rose bet as a player on the Cincinnati Reds

Pete Rose is in a very unique situation. He holds many of baseballs records, won three World Series titles, an MVP award and yet he is not in baseball’s Hall of Fame. He of course is most known for breaking Ty Cobb’s record of most hits in a career, a number that no one ever thought would be topped. Rose, or “Charlie Hustle” was banned from baseball permanently in 1989 when...
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Pete Rose bet on baseball as a player, according to new documents

In 2005, MLB legend Pete Rose finally admitted that he gambled on baseball games. However, he insisted he only bet on games as a manager and never a player. According to new documents that were uncovered in an ESPN Outside the Lines report, Rose was lying. Copies from pages of a notebook that was seized...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Evidence Pete Rose Bet on Games He Played In During the 1986 Season

Almost 30 years after the fact, and a new report surrounding the Pete Rose gambling scandal of the mid 1980’s is starting to come to light. ESPN’s Outside the Lines is claiming that it has acquired “previously undisclosed evidence” that Rose bet on games that he played in during the 1986 season. BREAKING: @OTLonESPN obtains previously undisclosed evidence that Pete Rose...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

New Report Shows Pete Rose Bet on Baseball As a Player

Pete Rose has been widely known as one of the MLB’s greatest and controversial players. While as a manager for the Cincinnati Reds, the team...
Via Athlon Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Pete Rose bet on baseball as a player

Pete Rose’s bid for baseball reinstatement might have just hit a major snag. ESPN’s “Outside The Lines” obtained documents and released a report Monday claiming Rose bet on baseball games as a player in 1986. Previously, Rose insisted that he only bet on games as a manager, which ultimately led to a lifetime suspension from baseball. In recent years, Rose has petitioned...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Rose joining FOX as baseball analyst

  Pete Rose is getting back into baseball. This time, though, he’ll be behind a television camera.   Major League Baseball’s all-time hit leader has signed on with FOX to serve as a guest analyst on FOX and FOX Sports 1’s pregame shows. He’ll also make guest appearances on other FOX Sports shows such as “America’s Pregame” and “FOX Sports Live.” ...
April 18, 2015  |  Discuss

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred opens up about Pete Rose

A major debate among baseball fans is what the sport should do about all-time hits leader Pete Rose, who was banished from the league in 1989 for gambling on the sport. Now more than a quarter century later, there are some calling for Rose to be reinstated by new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred. Does 26 years heal some really deep wounds? Can Manfred move on from the past and acknowledge...
Via Sportsnaut
April 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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