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True or False: While he was a player, Pete Rose earned the record for most career hits at 4,256. True
97.6%
In March of 1989, Pete Rose was accused of betting on games while he was a manager. What was the team that he managed? Cincinnati Reds
96.5%
Joe Jackson one of the players in the 1919 scandal, had a nickname. What was it?Shoeless Joe Jackson
91.8%
The 1919 World Series resulted in the biggest scandal in baseball history. 8 players of the Chicago White Sox team were accused of throwing the series against what team?Cincinnati Reds
83.5%
In the 1980's the owners' collusion to keep players' salaries low and other abuses by the owners resulted in a strike in what year during the 1990s?1994
82.4%
The 1986 Pittsburgh Trials Scandal involving multiple players involved what drug?cocaine
78.8%
In 1908 The New York Giants were accused of trying to bribe an umpire in a playoff game against what team?Chicago Cubs
56.5%
In 1914 this team was rumored to have thrown the World series against the Boston Braves, although never provenPhiladelphia Athletics
16.5%
In 2013 the most players in baseball history, were suspended due to purchasing HGH from what company?Biogenesis of America
9.4%
In 1877 Baseball saw its first major scandal. A betting scandal involving the Louisville Grays. Who was their star pitcher that was banned for life over the scandal?Jim Devlin
8.2%

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