Autobiography Revives Pete Rose Controversy

My Prison Without Bars, the autobiography of baseball legend Pete Rose, hits book shelves Thursday. Rose admits he bet on baseball while managing the Cincinnati Reds in the late 1980s — an allegation he previously denied, but that led to his 1989 banishment from the game. Some critics say Rose's apology doesn't go far enough to merit his reinstatement — and eligibility for the Hall of Fame. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.

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