Fired!! ESPN baseball analyst and former MLB star Curt Schilling has been shown the door by the network after posting a revolting anti-transgender tweet. While he later deleted it, he still ran his mouth on the topic and it has now cost him his job.
The broadcasting career of Curt Schilling, 49, has officially gone up in flames after he totally crossed a line with an highly offensive anti-transgender Twitter message. ESPN took swift action against the controversial former Boston Red Sox pitcher, so keep reading to see what he said that caused him to get the ax!
He spent twenty years playing for the Major League Baseball, won three World Series, and is currently an ESPN sports analyst. But Curt Schilling is facing his most difficult battle now — battling cancer.
So sad! Curt Schilling, who is best known for his pitching for the Phillies, the Diamondbacks and the Boston Red Sox, announced that he is battling cancer on Feb. 6.