I want to see it hanging in Cooperstown someday. The Hall of Fame should tell the true story of baseball.
Not to mention the man who won more Cy Youngs than any pitcher who ever lived Roger Clemens. All of it -- good, bad and ugly. Never had a single game he played in -- 3, of them, counting All-Star Games and October classics -- ruled by the proper authorities not to have happened.
But many folks seem to enjoy doing that. Any player, umpire, or club or league official or employee, who shall bet any sum whatsoever upon any baseball game in connection with which the bettor has a duty to perform shall be declared permanently ineligible.
They tell the story of a period of time. So the Hall of Fame existed for 55 years without such a mandate, but all of sudden the board of directors was sufficiently motivated to create such a rule just in time to freeze out Rose.
In a vacuum, Rose is of course a bleedingly obvious first-ballot Hall of Famer, and at the very least he deserves to have his case presented to the voters. He knew the potential consequences when he gambled on games he played in and managed.
And especially, that no player in that history was more complicated than the man who got more hits than anyone who ever lived? And just for the record, I feel the same way about the home run king Mr.
What do you think? That history is complicated? Rose committed a grave violation, the punishment for which is a lifetime ban, and for years he lied about having done so. And no one seems to want to start tossing out the bat-corkers, ball-scuffers and rapscallions who are already in there.
So I got the memo. Should Pete Rose be back in baseball and in the Hall of Fame? From belly flops to betting slips, it all counts. Please check the opt-in box to acknowledge that you would like to subscribe. Nope, this is about history.Pete Rose and the Hall of Fame Should the former star ballplayer be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame despite being banned for life for betting on games?
Pete Rose should be allowed into the Baseball Hall of Fame on the merits of his contributions to the sport. However, in he accepted permanent ineligibility, which technically makes him ineligible for the Hall as well.
Pete Rose will get into one Hall of Fame, just not Major League Baseball's. The Cincinnati Reds announced on Tuesday that Rose will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame. In December, new MLB. Watch video · The Hall of Fame should tell the true story of baseball: the good, the bad, the ugly, the beautiful, the inspiring, the embarrassing.
Let Pete Rose in. When the Cincinnati Reds announced in January that Pete Rose would be inducted into the team’s hall of fame, Rose was asked if he had given up on the prospect of induction into the National. Pete Rose belongs in the Hall of Fame but not back in baseball.
Pete Rose belongs in the Hall of Fame but not back in baseball Rose's .Download