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Induct Pete Rose Baseball is Americas first and greatest sport that has ever been played To be part of one of the thirty teams that get to play professional baseball a player has to play the game extremely well If a player plays the game better than most have played he gets rewarded usually with lots of money in a big contract Then there are those rare players the 244 elite players of the game that have already been inducted into the Hall of Fame Being inducted in The Hall of Fame is the utmost of baseball recognition The players listed are remembered forever which brings me to my argument Pete Rose should be allowed induction into the Hall of Fame Most of the baseball critics do not want Pete Rose inducted They claim that his illegal betting on baseball games should keep him out of the Hall of Fame Almost all of the highly questionable evidence that Commissioner at the time Bart Giamatti held was derived from former friends and associates of Rose Some of Roses close friends say that Rose bet up to 30000 a day These former friends of Rose are Tommy Gioiosa Donald Stenger Mike Fry and Paul Janszen This evidence is what prompted the investigation of the banishment of Pete Rose from baseball The evidence was enough for the Commissioner In 1989 baseballs Commissioner Bart Giammati suspended Pete Rose from association with professional baseball for life for gambling Rose also spent five months in a minimum-security prison for tax evasion in 1990 He did not report the monies he accepted for signing baseballs and photographs at baseball card shows It is still to this day not proven that Rose did bet on the baseball team that he was managing Rose himself still holds true to his statement that he never bet on the game of
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