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Extractions: Contact me: kuff - at - offthekuff.com Main August 04, 2002 Pete Rose Frank Deford, who used to be a good writer, makes the inevitable case for Pete Rose to be placed in baseball's Hall of Fame. In doing so, he makes the usual arguments about how the guy with the most career hits isn't in the Hall of Fame, then goes on to reach a really amazing conclusion: Rose sets up shop every August right down from the Hallowed Hall and sells his autograph at handsome prices. I have watched as the line for Pete's John Hancock wound around, out into the parking lot, while, across the way, all sorts of great Hall of Famers sat pretty much alone, at tables, looking forlorn, like neighborhood kids trying to peddle lemonade to uninterested commuters. Now there is even a permanent Cooperstown store that pays tribute to the Official Pariah of Baseball, Pete Rose Ballpark Collectibles, on Main Street. He is also the star of a whole Pony sporting-goods campaign: "Why isn't Pete Rose in the Hall of Fame?" Billboards. Ads. Rose even went on The Today Show to talk about it.
Extractions: Negotiations are still ongoing on the terms of exactly what Rose will be asked by Selig to admit to before he is reinstated. In order to satisfy constituents who are opposed to Rose's reinstatement, Selig is said to be firm in his conviction that Rose has to admit, in some form, that he bet on baseball. I'm very much in that anti-Rose constituency. It's more than just outrage over the fact that he violated baseball's One True Rule, it's also that he has been consistently dishonest and disingenuous about his violation of this rule. He's obfuscated the facts and played the part of a victim despite the fact that he signed an agreement that reads in part: 4. Peter Edward Rose acknowledges that the Commissioner has a factual basis to impose the penalty provided herein, and hereby accepts the penalty imposed on him by the Commissioner, and agrees not to challenge that penalty in court or otherwise. He also agrees he will not institute any legal proceedings against the Commissioner or any of his representatives, either Major League, or any Major League club.
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Extractions: This article appeared in the Oct. 30, 1995, edition of USA Today. It's October again, and despite the Million Man March, peace talks in Bosnia, O.J.'s future, hurricanes and train wrecks, our family's passion has been focused on baseball and the World Series that ended Saturday. There was a vast abyss last fall with no World Series, and still a diminished luster on the game as players and owners prepare to resume their endless contract disputes. But there was something else amiss, underscored by the heroic achievements of Cal Ripken Jr. and Greg Maddux. An equally remarkable playerPete Roseis barred from recognition in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Election to the Hall of Fame has never been an affirmation of impeccable character, but rather a recognition of extraordinary achievements on the diamond. This is what makes the case of Pete Rose, one of the greatest baseball players of all time, so agonizing. One of society's most difficult decisions is whether to extend forgiveness to someone who has committed a crime or made a serious mistake. In international diplomacy, it is often necessary to grant amnesty to former oppressors and corrupt officials in order to reconcile antagonists and bring peace, justice, and respect for human rights to a troubled nation. U.S. presidents are responsible for the ultimate decisions about pardons and paroles for convicted criminals who have served a portion of their sentences. A most difficult decision for me was amnesty for draft avoiders to help heal the trauma of Vietnam. President Gerald Ford made the politically costly choice of pardoning President Nixon to address the national wounds of Watergate.
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Extractions: January 7, 2004 Current January 5, 2004 To no one's surprise, Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick have signed for the film version of the Broadway version of the movie of The Producers. Susan Stroman, who directed the Broadway show, will direct the movie. One hopes they will name it something other than The Producers but they probably won't. The movie version of the musical of Little Shop of Horrors was called Little Shop of Horrors, causing a goodly amount of confusion, especially in the home video market. I'm guessing we'll see Mel Brooks and many of the surviving members of the movie's cast doing cameos. And there will be at least two new songs by Mel so that he has a shot at an Academy Award for Best Song. And do we all know that Curb Your Enthusiasm is doing a storyline that involves Mel Brooks casting Larry David in a production of The Producers? And that after Nathan and Matthew get through with their current Broadway run, my pal Brad Oscar goes back in as Max with Martin Short as Leo? And that Bob Amaral, whom I raved about in a local production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is now playing Max in the touring company that is presently in Detroit? I'll bet he's terrific.
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Extractions: Pete Rose is the all time hits leader with 4,256 hits and the all time games leader with 3562 games. Rose led National League in batting 3 times and was the regular season MVP in 1973 and the World Series MVP in 1975. Pete had a 44 game hitting streak in 1978 and managed Cincinnati Reds from 1984 to 1989.
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Extractions: Pete Rose and Major League Baseball have reached an agreement that would allow him to return to baseball in 2004, and includes no admission of wrongdoing by Rose, Baseball Prospectus has learned.... The agreement includes removal of Rose from baseball's permanently ineligible list. This would allow Rose to appear on ballots for baseball's Hall of Fame, which bars such banned players from consideration. The agreement allows Rose to be employed by a team in the 2004 season, as long as that position does not involve the day to day operations. That employment restriction would be removed after a year, allowing Rose to return to managing a team as early as the 2005 season if a position is offered to him.
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Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Baseball BASEBALL NOTEBOOK By Associated Press, 1/16/2004 Turns out Pete Rose publicly admitted betting on baseball well before his book was published. ADVERTISEMENT It happened Dec. 9, 2002, when Rose told a high school newspaper class in California that he'd gambled on games. During an hourlong interview with student journalists at Calabasas High, Rose was asked why he gave up a spot in baseball's Hall of Fame to "do what you did," school journalism adviser Ian Godburn said yesterday. "You mean, why did I bet on baseball?" Rose replied, according to a videotape of the interview. "Well, it was because I made mistakes. I made mistakes. You know, when you do something, you think you're not going to get caught. It's not like I'm the only guy in the world to gamble." He then asked the student a question in turn. "If you're going to become an alcoholic or drug addict or spousal beater or a gambler, which do you hope to do?" "Probably gambler," she replied.