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Pete Rose Sends Petition to Baseball Hall of Fame to Be Included on Ballot

Pete Rose is making his case to the Baseball Hall of Fame in an effort to get on the ballot 27 years after agreeing to a permanent ban from Major League Baseball for betting on games during his time as a player and manager for the Cincinnati Reds. On Wednesday, USA Today's A.J. Perez shared a copy of a letter Rose's attorneys, Raymond Genco and Mark Rosenbaum, sent to the Hall of Fame : We are writing to respectfully request that Pete Rose be treated exactly the same way that every other Major League Baseball (MLB) player and manager has been treated from the start of the National Baseball Hall of Fame voting in 1936 until 1991.
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