Pete Rose In Sports

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Gambling is a huge hobby for some people. If you are really good at it you can make tons of money while doing it. It is illegal in some instances. In the sport of baseball however, it is not legal for players and coaches to gamble on games they are involved in. However, performance enhancing drugs are also considered illegal in professional sports. Pete Rose should be reinstated into baseball and allowed into the Cooperstown Hall of Fame as a player because he was a great player.
The Great Pete Rose is considered to be one of baseball 's all time best players. Pete Rose holds more records than any other Major League Baseball player has ever held. He holds the record for most hits, games played, at-bats, and most outs. Pete Rose was a great hitter. He had the most hits ever recorded in a career. Sports analysis also claims that the record will never be broken. The Christian Foundation speaks on the topic in saying “Pete “Charlie Hustle” Rose, currently banned from baseball for life, holds many records, at least 3 of which will probably never be broken: most …show more content…

Pete Rose won a few batting titles during his professional career in Major League Baseball. It may not have been a Home Run Derby title or anything like that, but it was for his base hit swing. He was none shy of a great hitter when it came down to being clutch. He also snagged 2 Golden Glove titles. This article by Joseph Standen states: “Nicknamed "Charlie Hustle" by All-Star Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford, Rose made his major league debut in 1963 and went on to win the National League Rookie of the Year award. In the ensuing years, the switch-hitter would establish himself as one of the best players in baseball. Rose surpassed 200 hits for the first of a record 10 times in 1965, notched batting titles in 1968 and '69, and won Gold Gloves for his outfield defense in '69 and '70.” (Standen) Pete Rose may have done some great things in his Major League baseball career, but he also done his fair share of

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