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Chicago White Sox try to get loss for Jeff Samardzija, somehow win anyway

Most of the Chicago White Sox and starter Jeff Samardzija took the field on the 4th of July with the intention of coming away with the team’s fourth straight victory, and indeed squeaked out a 3 – 2 win over the Baltimore Orioles. Samardzija went 7-2/3 innings, scattered three hits, struck out nine… and was awarded a no decision for his efforts. Rumor had it that Pete Rose...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cincinnati offers baseball history along with All-Star Game

CINCINNATI (AP) The city hosting baseball's All-Star Game this year was the home of a team that played like all-stars back in 1869. The Cincinnati Red Stockings went 57-0 that year as baseball's first officially professional team. Player-manager Harry Wright's team added new players before the season, led by his brother, George, who was credited with a .633 batting average and 49...
Via AP on Fox
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Pete Rose finally responds to gambling allegations on Fox Sports 1

At the beginning of last week, Outside the Lines released a report detailing Pete Rose’s gambling on baseball games as a player in 1986. There hasn’t been *much* in response to the reports from Rose, but on Thursday night, he went on Fox Sports 1’s MLB Whiparound and commented on the report to Chris Myers. Well, he sort of commented on the report. So. Many. Non. Answers....
Via Awful Announcing
2 days ago  |  Discuss

FS1 exclusive: Pete Rose's first comments since recent gambling report

Pete Rose went on FOX Sports 1's America's Pregame on Thursday and made his first public comments in response to a recent ESPN report that claims he did, in fact, gamble on baseball as a player. Watch the full video of the interview above. Rose, 74, admitted in 2004 to gambling on baseball as a manager but has long maintained he never did so as a player. However, recent documents...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

12th (Wo)Man Ravers, Kate Upton FUPA & Patriots Fan Pulls Robbery

  Pete Rose Vegas autograph booth going strong He’ll still personalize a message on a ball for $299 including “I’m sorry I shot...
Via Busted Coverage
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Does every team deserve an all-star?

All-Star voting season has ben upon us for some time now, and much was made of how much of the Kansas City Royals made up the early leaders in vote totals. Then, 60 million votes were deemed ineligible, now Bryce Harper is the all-time largest National League vote recipient in history. Hey, did you know the game is in Cincinnati this year? How ’bout that Pete Rose guy? Everything...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Rose recalls when All-Star Games were serious business

Pete Rose recalls when All-Star Games were serious business
Via Fox Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

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
10 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
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Rose next appearance on Fox Sports 1 is July 1

I have a feeling there will be a bit more interest than usual in Fox Sports 1′s studio coverage of baseball on July 1. Richard Deitsch of SI.com reports that despite the new developments, Pete Rose remains a part of the Fox’s team. I emailed Fox Sports on Monday night for comment on ESPN’s Rose story. Here is their statement: “FOX Sports has no comment on the recent news...
Via Sherman Report
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Major League Baseball Lives in “Interesting Times,” Thanks to Pete Rose

No doubt you’ve all heard the old trope about the supposedly ancient Chinese curse that goes, “May you live in interesting times.” “Interesting,” in this Chinese sense, means unsettled, uncertain, perhaps even dangerous times. Major League Baseball is living in its own “interesting times” these days. The sport is still dealing with the residue of [&hellip The post...
Via No Coast Bias
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Pete Rose Bet on Baseball As a Player

Unless you’ve been asleep for the last two days, you’ve learned by now that new reports obtained by ESPN’s Outside the Lines are showing supposed proof that former baseball great Pete Rose wagered on baseball while he was playing in Major League Baseball. A report by @OTLonESPN shows Pete Rose bet extensively on baseball (and the Reds) as a player: http://t.co/MUPErlufv7 pic...
Via BaySportsNet
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Ohio lawmakers hold off on measure supporting Pete Rose

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Ohio lawmakers are delaying any action on a resolution urging baseball's commissioner to reinstate all-time hits leader Pete Rose and make the former Cincinnati Reds star eligible for the Hall of Fame. The measure was pulled from a legislative committee's agenda for Tuesday, a day after ESPN reported it obtained a notebook that shows Rose bet on Reds games during...
Via AP on Fox
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Reinstatement Time for Pete Rose?

Today is June 23, exactly three weeks away from the All Star Game. The All Star Game marks the halfway point of the season. Up to this point, the hottest topic in the game has nothing to do with the players currently playing. The hottest topic hasn’t been Cole Hamels, Johnny Cueto or even Alex Rodriguez for that matter. It’s been Pete Rose. The topic has been ignited this year...
Via Baseball Essential
12 days ago  |  Discuss

The Dellavedova Movie and Pete Rose scandals, While We’re Waiting

Happy Tuesday WFNY! What do you guys want to talk about today? The NBA season is officially over, now. And to be honest, I’m not in much of a mood to rehash the season right now. It was a great season, and it was so much fun watching this team grow and build something together. But the Finals loss is still a little too recent for me. I’ve seen plenty of my teams lose Championships...
Via Waiting For Next Year
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Triple Play: Max Scherzer, Pete Rose, Alex Rodriguez

Welcome to this week’s Triple Play. In this installment, we look at Scherzer’s red-hot streak, the latest black eye for the Hit King, the latest member of the 3,000 hit club, and more. Off we go: Who’s Hot? Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals Lost in all the hubbub about his lost perfect game (more on that below), Scherzer still fired a no-hitter at the Pittsburgh Pirates on...
Via i70baseball
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Outside the Lines reveals Pete Rose may of bet on baseball while he was a player

ESPN’s Outside the Lines may of just threw a wrench in any possibility of Pete Rose getting himself back into the good graces of Major League Baseball. OTL revealed Monday they obtained notebooks from 1986 that contained bets Rose placed on sports while he was still an active player within the MLB. The information contained within the […]
Via The Majors National
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Don’t Bet on Pete Rose’s Reinstatement

All time hits leader Pete Rose, in his mind, has paid his penance. Banned from baseball since 1989 for gambling allegations, Rose maintained for a decade and a half that he bet illegally on basketball and football, but never baseball.  Until 2004, when he admitted that he might – just might- have bet on baseball, but never, ever the Reds, the team he broke in with, broke Ty...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
12 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
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Uncovered documents show Pete Rose bet on baseball as a player

Long-buried documents show that Pete Rose bet on baseball while still playing for the Cincinnati Reds, according to a report Monday by ESPN's Outside the Lines. A now-unearthed notebook, seized in 1989 on a raid of the New York home and a known Rose associate and sealed by the U.S. government in connection with a separate case, contains writings of gambling lines and references to...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN says it obtained notebook documenting Rose 1986 bets

BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) ESPN says it obtained a notebook that shows Pete Rose bet on Cincinnati Reds games during his last season as an active player in 1986. The career hits leader agreed to a lifetime ban from baseball in 1989 after an investigation by John Dowd, a lawyer retained by Major League Baseball, concluded he bet on the Reds to win from 1985-87, during his time as a player...
Via AP on Fox
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Rose has not just bet as a manager, but as a player too

For years, there has been talks about whether Pete Rose would ever be reinstated into Major League Baseball and if he should be forgiven for betting on games that were apparently not his own as a manager. Well, with reports coming out that he bet on games as a player, his chances of ever being reinstated have just hit the nail in the coffin. According to ESPN’s Outside the Lines...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
13 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...
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

REPORT: Evidence Alleges Rose Bet As Player

ESPN's Outside The Lines is reporting that new evidence has come to light alleging that all-time MLB hit leader Pete Rose bet on baseball while he was a player. For 26 years now, Rose has denied he bet as a player—while admitting (back in 2004) that he did so as a manager. Major League Baseball has banned Rose from baseball for his admission—although there has been a recent...
Via FenwayNation
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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
13 days ago  |  Discuss
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