Pete Rose’s interaction with the Phillies reporter is absolutely disgusting

Pete Rose’s appearance at Sunday’s Phillies game took an ugly turn when he spoke down to a reporter, downplaying allegations of sexual misconduct.

The Phillies canceled the inclusion of Pete Rose on the field in their Wall of Fame in 2017 over allegations of sexual misconduct that surfaced shortly before the event.

Now the same claims that he had a sexual relationship with a young teenager in the 1970sThey put Rose back in the spotlight thanks to her tactless and condescending remarks towards a Phillies Reporter.

Alex Coffey of the Philadelphia Inquirer asked Rose if his presence at the stadium sent a negative message to women. His answer was rude, to say the least.

Pete Rose’s interaction with the Phillies reporter is absolutely disgusting

“No, I’m not here to talk about it. I’m sorry for that. It was 55 years ago baby,” Rose told Coffey.

Rose was later made available to the media again and just kept digging his grave.

First he had another cringe interaction with Coffey.

“Someone, maybe an agent, said they had something to say to me, but didn’t seem to know that they were expected to say something,” Coffey tweeted. “He asked if he had offended me and said, ‘Forgive me if I’ll sign 1,000 baseballs for you before I say ‘sorry.'”

If you thought Rose sounded unrepentant in that response, it got worse. An AP reporter revisited the situation, and Rose couldn’t have been more superficial.

“I’ll tell you again. I’m here for the Philly fans. I’m there for my teammates. I’m here for the Phillies organization,” Rose told the reporter. “And who cares what happened 50 years ago. You weren’t even born yet. So you shouldn’t talk about it because you weren’t born. If you don’t know about it, don’t talk about it.”

Rose can try to distract anything he wants, but the idea that we shouldn’t care about what happened 50 years ago is a sickening attitude.

The Phillies needed to know this was all going to come out by allowing Rose to be in attendance. He should have known that he had to ask himself questions about this topic. Rather than deal with it maturely by acknowledging his mistakes and offering remorse, Rose embarrassed himself and the organization he claimed to represent.

Worse, after all this, Philadelphia let him into the broadcast booth, where he made crude comments and used profanity live on air.

All in all, it went super well, Phillies. Pete Rose’s interaction with the Phillies reporter is absolutely disgusting

John Verrall

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