SAN FRANCISCO - 1989: Manager Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds sits in the dugout during the game against the San Francisco Giants at Candlestick Park during the 1989 MLB season in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr./Getty…
The pact signed in 1989 banning Pete Rose from baseball is up for auction.
The five-page manuscript is just one of over 600 items being sold through Goldin Auctions online.
According to the Goldin Auction website , bidding for the agreement will begin Wednesday and will run until Nov. 17. The starting bid for the document is $100,000.
Rose was banned from the sport for life after allegations of baseball betting surfaced in 1988.
For more information, go to goldinauctions.com/lotdetail.aspx?lotid=727 .
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