Does Pete Rose deserve to be in the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown after being banned for life for allegedly betting on baseball? The jury of the ESPN mock trial has spoken after hearing three hours of testimony. Hear from the Harvard Law School jury.

Pete Rose on Trial (2003) Documentary, Sport | 4h | TV Movie 17 June 2003 6.9
Stars: Bob Ley, Jeffrey Toobin, Catherine CrierSummary: The debate may rage on, but ESPN's jury has spoken: Pete Rose deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. Baseball's all-time hits leader, banned for life for allegedly betting on the sport, should be allowed induction at Cooperstown, the jury of ESPN's mock trial said after hearing three hours of testimony and deliberating for 90 minutes at Harvard Law School. THE CASE For Rose - Baseball's career leader in hits (4,256), singles (3,215), at-bats (14,053) and games played (3,562). - Awards: NL Rookie of the Year 1963; NL MVP 1973; World Series MVP 1975; NL Gold Glove 1969, 1970. - Titles: World Series (1975-76 with Cincinnati, 1980 with Philadelphia); NL batting (.335 in 1968, .348 in 1969, .338 in 1973). - Seventeen-time National League All-Star at a record five different positions (2B, RF, LF, 3B, 1B). Against Rose - Former federal prosecutor John Dowd uncovered evidence of Rose's gambling activity, including the placement of bets with bookies tied to organized crime.
Pete Rose on Trial
Defense attorney Johnnie Cochran goes to bat for Pete Rose
Jason Grenier on Pete Rose Jury
Juror: Jason Grenier
Jim Holmwood on Pete Rose Jury
Juror: Jim Holmwood
Jose Medina on Pete Rose Jury
Juror: Jose Medina
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