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Wed, 2002-12-25

Pete Rose admits that he bet on baseball, "Four or five times a week‚ but never against my own team‚ and I never made any bets from the clubhouse." The account of this conversation will be in Rose's book‚ published in January 2004 of a meeting with baseball commissioner Bud Selig in Milwaukee.

 

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