Rose investigator himself a target of persecution
NEW YORK -- John Dowd does not think Pete Rose read the report he compiled for baseball that led to the career hit leader's permanent ban from the sport.
Dowd, the investigator who in 1989 headed the probe into Rose and his
gambling, made the conclusion after reading Rose's new book "My Prison Without Bars." In the book, Rose
confessed to betting on baseball and on Cincinnati Reds games while he
was the team's manager. The admission ended 14 years of denials from Rose about his gambling ...
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