Curt Schilling Doesn't Believe ESPN's Excuse For Cutting Bloody Sock Performance From DocumentarySomething awfully fishy went down at ESPN over the weekend, but the network claims that nothing strange was afoot.
Keidel: Curt Schilling's Dark DescentLegendary pitcher Curt Schilling was fired this week from his baseball color analyst position with ESPN for his conduct on social media.
Toucher & Rich: Exploring Curt Schilling's Social Media PostsAnd so, Rich created a simple game on Thursday's show: "Is This An Actual Curt Schilling Meme Or Not?"
Keller @ Large: With Rights Come ResponsibilitiesAren’t you glad you live in a country where rights really matter?
Curt Schilling Fired By ESPN After Sharing Anti-Transgender Meme On FacebookFormer Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has been fired by ESPN after he shared an anti-transgender photo on Facebook.
Curt Schilling Defends Sharing Transgender Meme On FacebookFormer Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has stirred up new controversy with an online post he shared about transgender people.
Rhode Island, Wells Fargo Charged With Fraud For 38 Studios DealThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Rhode Island's economic development agency and Wells Fargo with defrauding investors for the state's disastrous $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the failed video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.
Curt Schilling: Hillary Clinton 'Should Be Buried Under A Jail Somewhere'Curt Schilling is known for his outspoken political comments, and he offered another scorching take on Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Schilling May Not Comply With 38 Studios Subpoena, Lawmakers SayCurt Schilling may not comply with a subpoena to appear before a legislative committee probing Rhode Island's $75 million deal with his failed video game company, but state lawmakers felt they at least needed to attempt to get answers from the former Boston Red Sox pitcher.
Rhode Island House Speaker Signs Subpoena For Curt SchillingThe speaker of the Rhode Island House has signed a subpoena requiring former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling to appear before a committee probing the state's $75 million deal with his failed video game company, 38 Studios.
Lawmakers Investigating 38 Studios Vote To Request Subpoena For Curt SchillingA Rhode Island House committee looking at the state's $75 million deal with failed video game company 38 Studios has voted to request a subpoena for company founder Curt Schilling.
38 Studios Consultant Agrees To Pay $45,000 In BankruptcyA lawyer who consulted for 38 Studios as it struck a $75 million deal with the state has agreed to pay $45,000 to the trustee handling the bankruptcy of the video game firm started by ex-Red Sox player Curt Schilling.