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CURT SCHILLING RUMORS

Curt Schilling can’t believe ESPN didn’t suspend him over Twitter debate with Keith Law

A week and a half ago, ESPN handed MLB analyst Keith Law a few days off from Twitter because of an argument about evolution with coworker Curt Schilling that got a little heated. Schilling wasn’t suspended during the ruckus, and many damned ESPN for seemingly giving the benefit of the doubt to the ex-jock. Schilling has responded with a diatribe on his Facebook page, saying he...
Via Awful Announcing
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling declares war on evolution, and ESPN de-evolves

A few weeks ago, Curt Schilling - famed Yankee nemesis, Tea Party quote-goon and Rhode Island taxpayer parasite - turned his mighty Twitter intellect on evolution... you know, that secret global conspiracy through which liberals undermine Yahweh's will, such as the XL Pipeline.Schilling apparently went off his meds for a day and decided to go online and attack Darwin's silly theory...

Curt Schilling's son causes scare at Logan Airport

Former big leaguer Curt Schilling had a bizarre Saturday morning after one of his sons blurted out, while standing in the security line at Boston’s Logan Airport, that he had left a fake hand grenade in his bag. And, because this is what you do now apparently, the righty hit the Twitters and told his 95,200-plus followers what had happened. Start your day with this. Going through...
Via Hall of Very Good
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling's son accidentally brings toy grenade to Logan Airport

Some kids spend their Saturdays watching cartoons. Others accidentally send Logan International Airport into chaos. One of Curt Schilling’s three sons on Saturday blurted that he had left one of his toys in his bag while the family was being screened at the TSA security checkpoint. That toy happened to be a fake grenade. Schilling said that police and TSA agents with walkie...
Via NESN.com
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN reportedly suspends Keith Law for Twitter argument with Curt Schilling

ESPN has reportedly suspended MLB writer Keith Law from Twitter after a contentious argument about evolution with fellow ESPNer Curt Schilling last week. Deadspin initially reported the suspension earlier on Friday evening, and many that read the details felt that his suspension was ridiculous. Law’s Twitter ban apparently began on Wednesday, and will continue through the weekend...
Via Awful Announcing
November 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling Shares Photo Of Surgically-Repaired Ankle For ‘Ketchup Dinks’

Editor’s note: This post contains a graphic image and is not for the faint of heart. “The Bloody Sock Game” will live on in Boston Red Sox history, but not all baseball fans were quick to believe the hype during Boston’s improbable 2004 World Series run. Some writers, namely The Baltimore Sun’s Laura Vecsey, posed the theory that maybe Curt Schilling didn’t pitch Game...
Via NESN.com
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling shares photo proof of bloody ankle

Curt Schilling decided to address the whole myth surrounding his bloody ankle once and for all. Schilling on Wednesday tweeted a photo showing what his ankle looked like during the 2004 postseason, hilariously saying it was for all the “ketchup dinks”: Found this in an old folder, for all you ketchup dinks.. pic.twitter.com/DuJiCQfE9M — Curt...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling lost 80 pounds during cancer battle

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is set to return to ESPN on Thursday night after several months away to focus on his battle with cancer. Schilling, who was diagnosed with mouth cancer and believes it was caused by years of tobacco use, said he lost nearly 80 pounds in less than a year. […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Schilling had mouth cancer, believes tobacco caused it

Curt Schilling revealed on Wednesday that he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma, more commonly known as mouth cancer, back in February. Schilling had previously chosen not to reveal the type of cancer he was battling but discussed his health issues in more detail during the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. “This all came about […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Curt Schilling's family says cancer surgery 'went really well'

Curt Schilling is on the road to recovery. Schilling, who announced last week that he was diagnosed with cancer, underwent successful surgery, the former pitcher’s daughter confirmed on Twitter on Monday. Schilling’s oldest son, Gehrig, also tweeted a photo of his father in a hospital bed along with the word, “recovery.” Schilling, who has become an ESPN analyst since retiring...
Via NESN.com
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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