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NASCAR’s Message To The Fans: Carl Edwards is Our Cousin

When Major League Baseball refused to allow one of their most coveted and popular players Pete Rose, the honor of enshrining himself into a dwelling place that is set aside for absolute greatness, they took a huge gamble, which is what Rose did when he was alleged to have bet on baseball, that their fans would not approve of their decision to keep Rose out of the Hall of Fame, even though the crime that he committed was worthy of the punishment. Rose accepted that there was a factual reason for the ban. In return, Major League Baseball agreed to make no formal finding with regard to the gambling allegations. On Feb. 21, 2000, N.H.L star and enforcer Marty McSorley who played for the Boston Bruins, committed one the most heinous acts that h...

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