The Schilling Manifesto

To be clear I have no ambition to enter into a life of politics, or to be a career politician, none. —  Curt Schilling

But just in case you’re wondering where I stand on the issues…


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4 Responses to The Schilling Manifesto

  1. I’ve often wondered what starting pitchers do between starts. So much down time when you’re part of a starting rotation. What books do they read? What do they talk about with friends and family? What TV shows do they watch? What radio shows do they listen to? Four days off between starts.

    Shilling has been idle, not for four days, but a couple of years.

    The U.S. Senate?

    Curt has way too much time on his hands. This borders on the grandiose. Delusional.

    On second thought, half of the U.S. Senate can be described in those terms. Maybe he’s onto something.

    Then again….

  2. Schilling might electable in Arizona. He’s a very conservative dude. But the Bay State? He’d have about as good a chance as Alec Baldwin in Indiana.

  3. Rick D says:

    Mmmmm… A pitcher in politics. Might add a whole new meaning to the terms ” Curve ball, The change up, and my favorite , The screwball.

  4. Instead of “Ball Four”..after this his book should be called “Strike 3”. Curt..stay out of politics, it’s MUCH rougher than the Yankees in the World Series…really!

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