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ESPN Edited Curt Schilling Out Of An Airing Of The '04 Red Sox 30 For 30, And People Are Mad

Four Days in October is an ESPN 30 for 30 series film that first aired in 2010. It aired again yesterday, in slightly edited format, and dopey Red Sox fans teamed up with dopey conservatives to form a coalition of derp in protesting what they believed to be a conspiracy against recently fired analyst Curt Schilling.

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ESPN Says Curt Schilling Will Be Back For The Playoffs. Let's See What He's Been Up To. [UPDATE]

ESPN baseball commentator Curt Schilling, who earned himself a fairly lengthy suspension for sharing a crazy-ass meme about Muslims and Nazis on his Facebook and Twitter pages, will be back in the booth studio for ESPN’s MLB playoffs broadcasts. So, does this mean Schilling has stopped putting insane shit on his…

Review: Curt Schilling's Video Game Company Had Many Flaws Before Taking Rhode Island's $75 Million

The Rhode Island Superior Court dropped a whole mess of documents today regarding the agreement between the state and 38 Studios, Curt Schilling’s video game company that went bankrupt in 2012 after developing only one single-player game, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. There’s a lot to sift through, but one particular…