If Curt Schilling’s going to eventually run for office, he’s doing a bang-up job of following in his political idol Donald Trump’s footsteps. Last night, the former baseball pitcher got into an argument with Rosie O’Donnell.
Yesterday, we all got a chuckle out of meme-loving toad Curt Schilling getting into a Twitter fight with someone pretending to be former MLB pitcher Sidney Ponson. Then we all chuckled some more when Curt insisted that he was in fact beefing with the real Sidney Ponson. Then he just kept insisting, and it got kind of…
There are a lot of fake athlete accounts out there on Twitter, because it’s fun to pretend to be Jonathan Broxton or whatever and tweet, “just did a big wet fart.” One of these fake accounts bears the name of former MLB pitcher Sidney Ponson, and last night the owner of the account started a beef with Curt Schilling…
Curt Schilling, who is not in the Baseball Hall of Fame but would be a first-ballot pick for the Meme Curator Hall of Fame, talked to TMZ Sports about how he probably won’t be elected this year and continued to hurt his chances for the future.
As of this morning, Ryan Thibodaux’s invaluable Hall of Fame election tracker has the results of 44 ballots up, representing about a tenth the total number of ballots expected to be cast by veteran baseball writers this year. It’s a skewed and self-selecting sample—writers who make their ballot public and do so early…
God, it’s “Get worked up about shitty Hall of Fame takes” season again. Every year I go in feeling optimistic—Oh, maybe my guy will get in this year!—and by mid-December I’d rather pull out my fingernails one by one than look at yet another goddamn ballot with two bewildering selections on it.
Curt Schilling, noted opinion-haver and former baseball star, is no fan of journalists. Never mind that he, uh, works for a media company and used to be employed by ESPN, Curt will not pass up an opportunity to rip the LIBERAL MEDIA. To him, advocating that journalists should be hanged from trees is, in a phrase…
As much as I love a good conspiracy theory, I never seriously considered that Curt Schilling might have faked his bloody sock. Call me naive but I just couldn’t believe that anyone could be so petty or insecure or narcissistic to use fucking ketchup to fake an open wound, to either give himself an excuse for a poor…
Ex-MLB pitcher and former ESPN analyst Curt Schilling will take a job with Breitbart, according to Gabriel Sherman of New York magazine.
Curt Schilling, the elite meme curator and former MLB pitcher made famous by refusing to recognize when he didn’t have a leg to stand on, said that he is considering a run for the United States Senate in 2018. This is not a new claim from him.
Curt Schilling, who yesterday went on TV to defend Donald Trump’s ogling of a preteen girl and to let everyone know that he himself has noticed and remarked upon the beauty of his daughter’s friends, refuses to log off.
Given all we’ve seen tonight, it’s good to see a straight shooter just giving us the true facts.
A train crashed into a station terminal in Hoboken, N.J., this morning, reportedly killing one and injuring over 100. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling has his own theories.
Curt Schilling and other former 38 Studios executives have reached a $2.5 million settlement with the Rhode Island Commerce Corp. over his failed video game studio, the Associated Press reports. Assuming the judge overseeing the case signs off on the settlement, it will be paid in full by 38 Studios’ insurance company.
Former MLB pitcher and avid meme curator Curt Schilling made the most out of this week’s Democratic National Convention. On Twitter, Schilling followed along with the speeches, shared memes, and told the sheeple to wake up.
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Meme enthusiast Curt Schilling has fulfilled his destiny, not merely endorsing Donald Trump but publishing a vigorous and detailed 1,500 word screed on his personal website explaining why he’s doing so.