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Schilling lashed out at fake Twitter account of ex-MLB pitcher?

Curt Schilling got into his latest Twitter beef on Wednesday night, and this time he went back and forth with what many insist is a very fake account run by someone pretending to be former MLB pitcher Sidney Ponson. Just don’t tell Curt that. It all started when the Ponson account — which says in its bio “Not really sid” — tweeted at Schilling congratulating him on making the Hall...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 19, 2017  |  Discuss

Good to See Ponson Is Still a Pile of Shit

As you likely hadn't noticed, Sidney Ponson, the former O's starting pitcher who's best known for being drunk and fat, had been pitching for the Rangers since April 26. And he had been pitching well: 4-1 with a 3.88 ERA in the worst rotation in baseball. But yesterday the team released him for what else, [...]
Via Mr. Irrelevant
June 07, 2008  |  Discuss

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