This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies going from worst to first and winning the National League pennant. All season long we will take a look back at each game of the 1993 season.
WP: Curt Schilling (5-1)
LP: Chris Nabholz (3-4)
Fresh off a .500 road trip with three-game stops in Atlanta and Miami, the Phillies returned...
In recent weeks, ESPN debuted Emerging Technology’s latest touchscreen “telestration” tool. This tool now allows analysts to “telestrate” directly over live footage, making for more interesting and in-depth analysis.
For example, in the April 25th segment of Baseball Tonight, ESPN analyst Curt Schilling was in studio playing a past interview with Detroit Tigers ace Justin...
Curt Schilling is not holding back his feelings this week at all.
On Wednesday he reached out to ESPN and discussed the Boston Redsox and in doing so made some allegations regarding PEDs.
On Thursday he fired it up again with ESPN and took aim at Alex Rodriguez.
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Rhode Island has filed a lawsuit against Curt Schilling, among others, relating to a $75 million loan guarantee the state made to his failed video game company.
WPRI: People lined up outside of the former headquarters of 38 Studios in Providence, where assets from Curt Schilling’s failed video company were being auctioned off to the highest bidder. A.B. From cubicles to replica weapons, 38 Studios was selling EVERYTHING from their former headquarters. As part of my civic duty as a part-time blogger, here is the condensed list of some of...
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After the public was allowed to see items up for auction from Curt Schilling's failed 38 Studios business, the former pitcher tweeted "shut the hell up" to a reporter.
Curt Schilling may have to sell the famous bloody sock because he listed it as collateral in a bankruptcy filing for his now-failed video game venture.
Curt Schilling admitted that he in financial ruin due to his failed video game company, 38 Studios, and said that the money he earned as a baseball player is "all gone."
Curt Schilling's 38 Studios video game company is going under. They had to lay off all their employees because they are done financially.