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This 30 November 1999 file photo in New York shows

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: This 30 November 1999 file photo in New York shows former Cincinnati Reds player and manager Pete Rose, who was banned from the game in 1989 for allegedly gambling on baseball, uses his name tag to make a point about a petition which he launched on the Internet designed to convince Major League Baseball that he be reinstated and allowed to participate in baseball. In an interview to be broadcast 08 January 2004 by ABC News, Rose ends 15 years of denials by admitting he bet on baseball games in 1987 and 1988. His admission, considered a first step towards his reinstatement in baseball and a possible entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame, is expected to feature heavily in his new autobiography, My Prison Without Bars, which will be released 08 January 2004. AFP PHOTO/Henny Ray ABRAMS (Photo credit should read HENNY RAY ABRAMS/AFP/Getty Images)
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NEW YORK, UNITED STATES: This 30 November 1999 file photo in New York shows former Cincinnati Reds player and manager Pete Rose, who was banned from the game in 1989 for allegedly gambling on baseball, uses his name tag to make a point about a petition which he launched on the Internet designed to convince Major League Baseball that he be reinstated and allowed to participate in baseball. In an interview to be broadcast 08 January 2004 by ABC News, Rose ends 15 years of denials by admitting he bet on baseball games in 1987 and 1988. His admission, considered a first step towards his reinstatement in baseball and a possible entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame, is expected to feature heavily in his new autobiography, My Prison Without Bars, which will be released 08 January 2004. AFP PHOTO/Henny Ray ABRAMS (Photo credit should read HENNY RAY ABRAMS/AFP/Getty Images)
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November 30, 1999
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