PETE ROSE PETITION to the Office of the Commissioner of MLB
I just created a petition entitled: “Office of the Commissioner of Baseball Allan H. Selig, Commissioner: “Make Pete Rose eligible for MLB Hall Of Fame Induction”, because I care deeply about this very important issue. I’m trying to collect 100 signatures, and I could really use your help.
To read more about what I’m trying to do and to sign my petition, click here to sign at change.org: http://www.change.org/petitions/office-of-the-commissioner-of-baseball-allan-h-selig-commissioner-make-pete-rose-eligible-for-mlb-hall-of-fame-induction?share_id=WXKmYtSeUR&
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Once you’re done, please ask your friends to sign the petition as well. Grassroots movements succeed because people like you are willing to spread the word!
Charles Oliver aka Bloggo Schloggo
T H E P E T I T I O N:
Make Pete Rose eligible for MLB Hall Of Fame Induction
To: The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball
Allan H. (Bud) Selig, Commissioner Address: 245 Park Avenue,
31st Floor City: New York, State: NY Zip Code:10167
Phone: 212-931-7800 Fax: 212-949-5654
—————-Make Pete Rose eligible for MLB Hall Of Fame Induction.
Pete Rose was one of the greatest players to ever play the game. He is 70 years old and deserves to have the opportunity for induction into the MLB Hall Of Fame while he is still living. It would be tragic for this man not to receive what he deserves for exceptional play matched and unmatched by very few that are in the Hall Of Fame. —————-
Sincerely, Charles “Chuck” Oliver
Why People Are Signing
To give Pete Rose the opportunity to be in the Baseball Hall Of Fame which he deserves because of his prowess on the baseball field as one of the best players to have ever played professional baseball.
Why This Is Important Pete Rose was one of the greatest players to ever play the game. He is 70 years old and deserves to have the opportunity for induction into the MLB Hall Of Fame while he is still living. It would tragic for this man not to receive what he deserves for exceptional play matched and by very few that are in the Hall Of Fame.
Why Pete Rose should be inducted, career bio, records and career stats. Major League Baseball’s All Time Hits King. Most Career Hits 4,256 – Most Doubles 746 NL – 3 Times NL Batting Champ 1968-1969 -1973 – Most Extra Base Hits by Switch Hitter 1,041 – All Century Team 1900-2000 – 17 All star at 5 positions – 1963 ROY – 1973 NL MVP = 1975 WS MVP – Longest NL Consecutive Game Hitting Steak (44 Games) 1978 – 4 Hits or More in Games 73 Times – Most Extra Base Hits by Switch Hitter 1,041 – Only major league Player in History to Play 500 Games at 5 Positions – Most Total Times on base 5,929 – 5 hits or more in Games 10 Times. Plus many other reacords.
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Thank you for your time and consideration,
Bloggo Schloggo aka Charles Oliver
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