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UPDATE: Pete Rose's attorney told The Washington Post that Rose has not endorsed any candidate.

“We do not know how Mr. Trump got the ball,” Ray Genco said, adding that Pete Rose did not send a signed baseball to Trump. 

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On Sunday night, less than 48 hours before the Ohio primary, Donald Trump got a boost from a Buckeye State legend.

The Republican presidential front-runner tweeted an image of a baseball signed by MLB's all-time hits leader, Pete Rose.

On the baseball, Rose wrote "Mr. Trump, Please Make America Great Again."

"We gotta let Pete Rose in the Hall of Fame," Trump said during a rally hours earlier in West Chester, Ohio, according to Cincinnati.com.

In 1989, Rose was banned from the sport for life after evidence surfaced that he bet on games, including those of the Cincinnati Reds teams he played for and managed.

Despite the revelations, Rose remains a hero in his home state of Ohio, which holds its crucial primary contest on Tuesday.

In the past, Trump has supported Rose and called for his inclusion in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.


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