The former baseball player Pete Rose is a reasonable person. He sees own mistakes and don’t blame others for his problems. He is an example for other baseball players who have been dishonored for usage of steroids or other faults.
As for Pete Rose, he was never associated with anabolic steroids. This athlete had significant success while playing baseball professionally. He obtained 3 World Series rings, a MVP award, 3 batting titles, 2 Gold Gloves, etc. However Pete Rose didn’t administer anabolic steroids and other prohibited preparations, he made another mistake. This person bet on baseball games. As a result, he was banned from the Hall of Fame permanently.
Pete Rose hopes that the decision will be altered and he will be elected for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Being in Cooperstown, Pete Rose’s wife was full of anger. She and her husband, a former successful baseball player, had to watch Hall of Fame festivities like ordinary individuals. While Pete Rose’s wife was too unhappy, the former professional baseball player seemed not to have similar feelings.
Pete Rose says that he has patience. He will continue to wait until he gets the second chance. The sportsperson promises that he will never gamble on games again. He affirms that the second chance will be enough for him to demonstrate that he is a trustworthy person. He will not need to receive the 3rd chance.
Pete Rose tries to urge his wife that he is not in the Hall of Fame due to own behavior. He adds that they shouldn’t demonize others. He is guilty. That’s why he is banned.
Pete Rose acknowledges that he is like Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Roger Clemens and other baseball players related to the steroid era. Pete Rose says that Sammy Sosa, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds are amazing baseball players that should be elected for the Hall of Fame. He underlines that Roger Clemens hasn’t entered the Baseball Hall of Fame just because of suspicions. This sportsperson hasn’t failed any drug test. You haven’t seen Roger Clemens having anabolic steroids and needles in his hand. That’s why you don’t have any right to affirm that he has administered these drugs. Thus, it is not correct to demonize and punish the famous athlete while lacking proof.