Pete Rose Case Study
• IN THE TIME COVERED IN THE NOTEBOOK, FROM MARCH THROUGH JULY, ROSE BET ON AT LEAST ONE MLB TEAM ON 30 DIFFERENT DAYS. IT’S IMPOSSIBLE TO COUNT THE EXACT NUMBER OF TIMES HE BET ON BASEBALL GAMES BECAUSE NOT EVERY DAY’S ENTRIES ARE LEGIBLE.
• BUT ON 21 OF THE DAYS IT’S CLEAR HE BET ON BASEBALL, HE GAMBLED ON THE REDS, INCLUDING ON GAMES IN WHICH HE PLAYED.
• MOST BETS, …show more content…
And while the newly revealed documents do not indicate he did this, it’s hard to imagine that organized crime outfits at the center of the operation would ask a player/manager to win a game. That’s usually a less reliable request than asking them to intentionally lose.” (Davis) Pete Rose did not only gamble, but he also lied about many things. Pete Rose lied about the whole situation for most of the time. His lying schemes were eventually figured out. People were not very happy when they found out about Pete Rose lying, while others felt it still did not matter. Pete Rose does not think it was a huge deal, and if you put yourself in the same situation as Pete Rose you are going to lie just like he did. That is just your human