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Poll Do You Think Pete Rose Should Be In The Hall Of Fame?

I do he should be in the Hall of Fame for what he did on the field they have criminals playing sports and Pete Rose bet on baseball which was wrong but he did not hurt anyone and should be in the Hall of Fame

Pete Rose Was Banned From Baseball Forever, Because He Gambled On His Sport, With No Proof That He Bet Against

his team or did anything to cheat the game. So what should be done with the steroid users?

If Pete Rose Bet To Win, What’s All The Fuss About? Wouldn’t Betting Enhance The Efforts Of A Team To Win?

As an owner of a racehorse, I have often bet on my horse to win (WIN only). In a game that sponsors and promotes betting, I have been known to share winning tickets with the jockey’s and trainers. It didn’t effect the performance of the horse, only that the jockey would give it that extra effort and thought about what the jockey was hired to do…WIN. So, Pete Rose has a gambling problem, isn’t that really his problem, being a gambler. Is the operative word—betting,..or that Pete Rose bet in a game that doesn’t promote gambling?
Do you agree with the following article by Jim Armstrong…?
Rose All But Slams Hall Door Shut
Betting on Reds Every Night Another Slap to Baseball
By JIM ARMSTRONG
AOL
Sports Commentary
Just when you hoped Pete Rose had disappeared for good, he pops up on a national radio program and attempts yet another stab at the truth behind his gambling addiction.
Eighteen years ago, when he accepted a lifetime ban from the game, Rose contradicted hundreds of pages of evidence compiled by the commissioner’s office and denied he ever bet on baseball.
Then, in 2004, when he was hawking his autobiography, he admitted he bet on games involving the Reds , a team he happened to be managing at the time.
Now Rose claims he bet on the Reds every night. No really, I’m not making this up. Rose told ESPN radio’s Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann that, in a sport that plays 162 games, he bet on the Reds to win every night.
So it’s official then. Rose is even dumber than we thought. And trust me, nobody I know had him penciled in for a Harvard fellowship any time soon.
Why did he bet on the Reds every night?
„I bet on my team to win every night because I love my team,” Rose told Patrick and Olbermann. „I believe in my team. I did everything in my power every night to win that game.”
He bet on his team every night because he loved his team, believed in his team. Whew! For a while there, I thought it might be because he was a gambling degenerate.
Now that we know why Rose bet on the Reds every night — he loved his players, especially the ones who helped him cover the spread — the issue becomes this: Why would he tell a couple of talk-show hosts about it?

If Pete Rose Bet To Win, What’s All The Fuss About? Wouldn’t Betting Enhance The Efforts Of A Team To Win?

As an owner of a racehorse, I have often bet on my horse to win (WIN only). In a game that sponsors and promotes betting, I have been known to share winning tickets with the jockey’s and trainers. It didn’t effect the performance of the horse, only that the jockey would give it that extra effort and thought about what the jockey was hired to do…WIN. So, Pete Rose has a gambling problem, isn’t that really his problem, being a gambler. Is the operative word—betting,..or that Pete Rose bet in a game that doesn’t promote gambling?
Do you agree with the following article by Jim Armstrong…?
Rose All But Slams Hall Door Shut
Betting on Reds Every Night Another Slap to Baseball
By JIM ARMSTRONG
AOL
Sports Commentary
Just when you hoped Pete Rose had disappeared for good, he pops up on a national radio program and attempts yet another stab at the truth behind his gambling addiction.
Eighteen years ago, when he accepted a lifetime ban from the game, Rose contradicted hundreds of pages of evidence compiled by the commissioner’s office and denied he ever bet on baseball.
Then, in 2004, when he was hawking his autobiography, he admitted he bet on games involving the Reds , a team he happened to be managing at the time.
Now Rose claims he bet on the Reds every night. No really, I’m not making this up. Rose told ESPN radio’s Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann that, in a sport that plays 162 games, he bet on the Reds to win every night.
So it’s official then. Rose is even dumber than we thought. And trust me, nobody I know had him penciled in for a Harvard fellowship any time soon.
Why did he bet on the Reds every night?
„I bet on my team to win every night because I love my team,” Rose told Patrick and Olbermann. „I believe in my team. I did everything in my power every night to win that game.”
He bet on his team every night because he loved his team, believed in his team. Whew! For a while there, I thought it might be because he was a gambling degenerate.
Now that we know why Rose bet on the Reds every night — he loved his players, especially the ones who helped him cover the spread — the issue becomes this: Why would he tell a couple of talk-show hosts about it?

If Pete Rose Bet To Win, What’s All The Fuss About? Wouldn’t Betting Enhance The Efforts Of A Team To Win?

As an owner of a racehorse, I have often bet on my horse to win (WIN only). In a game that sponsors and promotes betting, I have been known to share winning tickets with the jockey’s and trainers. It didn’t effect the performance of the horse, only that the jockey would give it that extra effort and thought about what the jockey was hired to do…WIN. So, Pete Rose has a gambling problem, isn’t that really his problem, being a gambler. Is the operative word—betting,..or that Pete Rose bet in a game that doesn’t promote gambling?
Do you agree with the following article by Jim Armstrong…?
Rose All But Slams Hall Door Shut
Betting on Reds Every Night Another Slap to Baseball
By JIM ARMSTRONG
AOL
Sports Commentary
Just when you hoped Pete Rose had disappeared for good, he pops up on a national radio program and attempts yet another stab at the truth behind his gambling addiction.
Eighteen years ago, when he accepted a lifetime ban from the game, Rose contradicted hundreds of pages of evidence compiled by the commissioner’s office and denied he ever bet on baseball.
Then, in 2004, when he was hawking his autobiography, he admitted he bet on games involving the Reds , a team he happened to be managing at the time.
Now Rose claims he bet on the Reds every night. No really, I’m not making this up. Rose told ESPN radio’s Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann that, in a sport that plays 162 games, he bet on the Reds to win every night.
So it’s official then. Rose is even dumber than we thought. And trust me, nobody I know had him penciled in for a Harvard fellowship any time soon.
Why did he bet on the Reds every night?
„I bet on my team to win every night because I love my team,” Rose told Patrick and Olbermann. „I believe in my team. I did everything in my power every night to win that game.”
He bet on his team every night because he loved his team, believed in his team. Whew! For a while there, I thought it might be because he was a gambling degenerate.
Now that we know why Rose bet on the Reds every night — he loved his players, especially the ones who helped him cover the spread — the issue becomes this: Why would he tell a couple of talk-show hosts about it?

Anybody Know Why Pete Rose Didn’t Open A Sports Betting Place In Vegas Yet?

he could be worth a lot of money if he opened a place in vegas…..if cooperstown won’t take him i know vegas will!

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