Pete Rose claims that if he had an interpreter like Shohei Ohtani, he would be “scot-free.”

Pete Rose is speculating that if he had an interpreter while he was managing and participating in Major League Baseball, he would not have been punished for his baseball wagering.

Since 1989, Rose—who holds the record for most hits in Major League Baseball—has been barred from the sport for life after it was discovered that he had gambled on games while managing the Cincinnati Reds.

But the 17-time All-Star and three-time World Series champion asserts—as though jokingly—that if he had an interpreter like Los Angeles Dodgers star, he would never have been barred from baseball.

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