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Pete Rose admits betting while managing the "Cincinnati Reds" 2004-01-05
Pete Rose, manager of the Cincinnati Reds has confessed and admitted he had been lying in the past 15 years. Turns out that during all theses years he was an addicted gambler which couldn't face the temptation and that he now understands the reasons for banning him out of supervision of the team. "I used to gamble all the time. I started betting on baseball on a permanent basis in the year 1987 but I never placed a bet against the Reds" he says. Lately he had written a long Auto-biography which explains the story from the beginning, through the addictive behavior, the denials and the bitter end. The book will be published next week in the stores across the country. "'It's time to clean my conscious, it's time to take responsibility on my actions,' Rose says in the interview. In the book, Rose admits placing bets with Ronald Peters through Thomas Gioiosa and Paul Janszen. Those three were investigated in 1989 and participated in a long process which eventually resulted in a lifetime ban for Pete Rose. In the book rose explains that right after the Ty Cobb's career hits record in 1985, he strted to lose more and more control over the money he spends.
(By Liat)