Pete Rose's copy of the document that banished him from baseball failed to meet its reserve price when the auction closed on Saturday night.
Twenty-three years after Pete Rose's banishment from baseball, the five-page signed document detailing its conditions is hitting the auction block.
Pete Rose revealed Wednesday that he bet on the Reds "every night" while he was manager of the team and that the Dowd Report was correct when it said he did so.
If Pete Rose thinks writers have soured on him since his gambling admission, he hasn't heard the half of it.
Now that Pete Rose has finally admitted to betting on baseball, Bud Selig must quickly decide on Rose's fate.
Reinstatement once seem inevitable for Pete Rose. Now sources say the Hit King is sinking in quicksand.
Pete Rose's confession merely confirmed the obvious. What's missing, so far, is true remorse.
Now the wait begins. Pete Rose hopes baseball will end his lifetime ban after his first public acknowledgment he bet on games while managing the Cincinnati Reds.
With publication of his new book, Pete Rose may be changing his story, admitting publicly for the first time what he's been denying for 14 years, that he bet on baseball.
Details of the Pete Rose gambling investigation will be available to the public -- but not for several years.
Bud Selig is in no hurry to decide whether to reinstate Pete Rose -- not while the baseball commissioner is enjoying his most relaxing spring in years.
Pete Rose will meet with a top major league official before the end of spring training to discuss the stringent restrictions under which he would be allowed to return to baseball, the New York Daily News reported Tuesday.
Baseball's security department is investigating the career hits leader as he negotiated a possible end to his ban.
Pete Rose won't get Ozzie Smith's vote until he admits wrongdoing.
Baseball's newest Hall of Famers are content to let Bud Selig make the call on Pete Rose's reinstatement.
Former baseball commissioner Fay Vincent has an idea for a plaque should old nemesis Pete Rose get into the Hall of Fame: Put "Banned for Gambling" right on it.