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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Thursday, July 17, 2003
Pete Rose and the Baseball Hall of Fame: I didn't watch the entire program, but ESPN showed "Pete Rose on Trial," a mock court to determine whether or not baseball's all-time hit leader, who gambled on baseball, should be eligible to be inducted into the Hall.

The final jury vote was 8-4 for making him eligible. (Of course, if he's eligible, he's in. He's the all-time hit leader for cryin' out loud.)

I concur to a certain extent, Rose should be eligible -- posthumously. It's only right that the man who holds the record for career hits be in the hall, if only for historical purposes. However, he shouldn't be around to enjoy it.

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