Originally Posted by Edd Roush
So true, if only Pete understood the PR game, he would still be riding the wave of popularity. It's really too bad, he epitmozies the non-juiced athelete.
Hey, I never claimed that I liked the PR game. But, it is the game played today. Jordan played the media perfectly. He kept his gambling problems as private as possible, and always made sure that he "seemed" classy and "seemed" dignified. Nothing about Pete has ever "seemed" class or "seemed" dignified, whether it be his gambling problems, selling autographs in Cooperstown during HOF inductions, or anything else he's done.
Maybe if Pete had a better haircut...