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Dave Pallone:The Infamous Altercation with Pete Rose

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Published on Dec 6, 2009

This play happened on April 30, 1988
Pete was upset with me on the call and eventually got thrown out for his temper tantrum :) He was fined $10,000 and suspended for 30 days for his actions...

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shinymetallicpurplearmor
I wonder if Pete bet on this game.
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david charles
I'm out
david charles
bamadeadhead one more thing if you were the dumbass that tried to say Ohio state did not have eight national titles they weren't recognized Alabama goes by the same system you stupid fuck
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Scott H
Pete must've had $$$ on this game.
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david charles
Scott H in my opinion you can bed all day if you're betting on your team to win because that's not fixing games
Bob Jalving
Pete should have had Denny McLain as his pitching coach.
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Jiltedin2007
Pete Rose should have NEVER been banned from Baseball!
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Donnelly1972
Sorry. Bet on a game you are involved in and that's it. Goodbye. Never come back.
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eight inches
The 1st baseman can't assume anything. Whether the runner is safe or out he HAS to look at the runner on 3rd. Never assume anything in baseball.
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Jimmy Hollywood
By all accounts, Esasky took a beating from Pete in the local press for several gaffes just like this one during his time in Cincinatti. He had lots of natural talent but never had any interest in putting the work in. That's why he was one of the biggest busts of his time.
Jimmy Hollywood
Esasky had no heart whatsoever. Pete's haters made him a martyr but everywhere he went, he underachieved and went through the motions.
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Travis Bickle
If they put fucking Bonds in the hall they better put Pete in first..
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Travis Bickle
+Brian Davis that's fucked 
Brian Davis
Jiltedin2007 yes they will,i guarantee it. Do drugs,beat your wife and kids or whatever but no gambling.
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Annette Skandrick
Pete was about 2 seconds from knocking this guy out.
Mark JN
You never touch an umpire unless the umpire touches you.
John Church
bullshit ...he was just too chicken..he had all chances
hammer44head
Pete must have had big money down on this one.
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win
leave and never come back.
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onehstrybuff
And now for the rest of the story:  Yes you were a hateful umpire and carried grudges against certain players, namely Davy Concepcion (you were quoted in a San Francisco newspaper as saying that you intentionally did things on the field to disrupt his play, including standing in his line of vision on the field) and Jeff Reardon (your quote "I'll bury you").  In September of 1988 you quit umpiring because you were a scab, the union hated you, you took everything personally on the field and the league pressured you to resign.  THANKS FOR RESIGNING !!!
Jeff Clean 18
Push an umpire and you get 30 days. Punch someone on the face and you get 7 days. We need more punches in baseball!!!
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1981lashlarue
+Jimmy Hollywood As I pointed out, others did do worse and got a slap on the wrist compared to the punishment Rose got.
Jimmy Hollywood
Ultimately the NL did what they had to do there. Had Pete gotten away with that, Billy Martin, Earl Weaver, Dallas Green and countless other hotheads would have started pulling far worse stuff than just a shove.
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jdspreest
That's the first time I've ever seen an umpire get ejected from a game lol
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Christopher or Chris/Critter C
oh please pete did himself do not excuse his behavior crowd is worng as well and game should of been called on the crowd alone
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