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Does Pete Rose belong in the National Baseball Hall of Fame?



Absolutely, let him in!
On the fence, still undecided.
Never, he doesn't deserve it!
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Posted by jagfan8910 | 4 years ago
I would not admit him unless he admits the gambling on baseball and delivers an apology!
My Vote: Never, he doesn't deserve it!
 
Posted by calgoseal | 3 years ago


get over it

 
Posted by tollx26 | 4 years ago
Pete Rose was one of the greatest baseball players ever! No PEDs, no HGH, no gun or drug possessions! He did fail to fuss up to betting on games! He shoulda said"I have a problem" and went to a 5 star resort for re-hab.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by saylagare | 4 years ago
He didn't cheat on the field like Clemens, McGuire and all those other steroid freaks.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by dennyb | 4 years ago
Yes on his stats alone, but no on his character and dishonesty.
My Vote: On the fence, still undecided.
 
Posted by chillin_out | 3 years ago
If all these baseball players can make it in the steroid era, then why not. As with all sports there is so much b.s behind the scenes (drugs, gambling, shootings,ect.) that happens frequently. Pete went wrong as Bonds is now, in should of just fessed up.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by Mikehraz | 3 years ago
That he was a gambler, unfortunate. But that he was a very productive and talented and hard working ball player - definitely.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by Duranimal | 3 years ago
Yea let him in. Yes, he had a gambling problem, but he never cheated on the field.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by OKLAKID | 3 years ago
one of the best players of all time, let him in now
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by davidmcmaster | 3 years ago
Not until he's dead.
My Vote: On the fence, still undecided.
 
Posted by flier727 | 3 years ago
 
Posted by JLTravers | 3 years ago
Forget the gambling. Look at the career stats. If the Hall of Fame is 'the best of the best', how can Pete Rose be denied. Just another example of what's WRONG with MLB!
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by Mike McNeely | 3 years ago
Yea take a look at his stats...OK.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by ewyka | 3 years ago
He was a great player. His personal life doesn't matter.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by Beeps97 | 3 years ago
Gambling had no effect what-so-ever on his on-the-field play. He was a monster on the diamond. Reward the man for 4,256 hits. This is the biggest joke in baseball. They will admit cheaters to the hall-of-fame (people who actually tried to change the score of the game by cheating, roiders) but wont admit someone who did nothing but play hard when he was a player. Everything that happened after playing is a seperate issue. He deserves to be in by stats alone. There are many, many shady people in the hall who are much worse than Pete.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by dallas33 | 3 years ago
His on field accomplishments alone should get him in.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by sweet32574 | 3 years ago
pete rose was a great baseball player but because he got caught up in a scandal sports reporters must ask if he belongs in cooperstown.....i wonder if these same reporters will ask if sosa or a-rod belong there
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by MiDave | 3 years ago
That was part of the agreement for punishnent that he would not be allowed in the Hall of Fame. Quit whining everyone - He deserved his sentence and he still got off easy.
My Vote: Never, he doesn't deserve it!
 
Posted by Papapigtail | 3 years ago
From the beginning of base ball in the mid-1800's, it has been written into the rules that gambling by any player, umpire, or participant in any way is strictly forbidden. Pete Rose was caught gambling, and suffered the consequences, being banned from base ball at that point. That has absolutely nothing to do with his accomplishments on the field. He should definitely be in the Hall of Fame. Comparisons to the steroid issues are ridiculous unless you start suggesting that anything done on the field by a steroid user be removed from the record books, and even then it's not the same, Rose's gambling took place after his playing days on the field.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by beeps1997 | 3 years ago
Let him in!
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by realquiet | 3 years ago
How soon we've forgotten the "other" bad sheep in baseball; and some in the Hall of Fame.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
 
Posted by Bassmaster77777 | 3 years ago
The ball player Rose should be in the hall. The person Pete Rose doesnt deserve it.
My Vote: Absolutely, let him in!
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