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Ortiz on Schilling controversy: 'It makes you angry'

David Ortiz unsurprisingly has his former teammate’s back.     Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling recently dealt with vile Twitter users who crossed the line with regard to his daughter, Gabby. Ortiz witnessed the controversy and can’t quite wrap his head around why anyone would tweet such vulgar things. “It’s kind of hard,” Ortiz told’s Rob Bradford...
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ESPN’s Mike & Mike Sound Off on the Curt Schilling Situation

If you thought Curt Schilling’s war against the Twidiots who threatened his daughter was close to be over…think again. Wednesday, ESPN’s Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic brought up the ordeal and each took their turn blasting the doltish duo that Schilling called out by name via his website.  And while I agree with just about everything Mike & Mike had to say…can we stop...
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Curt Schilling calls vulgar tweets ‘a crime,’ vows to ‘pursue all legal options’

Curt Schilling has continued his offensive against the individuals who made vulgar comments on social media about his teenaged daughter by threatening legal action against some of those who participated in the commentary. Regarding the vulgar comments made on Twitter — some that included mentions of rape — in reaction to his tweet congratulating his...Read More The post Curt...
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The Curt Schilling Fallout Continues

It wasn’t long after Curt Schilling’s 1900-plus word blog post Sunday combatting, ultimately, cyber bullying, that things got real. Like, really real. In case you’ve been living in a cave (or just avoid anything with the words “Curt” or “Schilling” in the headline)…here’s the skinny. Last week, the three-time World Series champ congratulated, via Twitter, his daughter...
Via Hall of Very Good
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Yankees fire employee over Curt Schilling's daughter tweets

A part-time ticket seller employed by the New York Yankees has been fired by the team after he was outed as one of the alleged individuals who sent Curt Schilling inappropriate tweets about his teenage daughter, according to a report. Schilling had posted a message on Twitter last week congratulating his 17-year-old daughter Gabby...Read More The post Yankees fire employee...
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Discipline dished out to Twitter trolls who harassed Curt Schilling’s daughter

This weekend, ESPN analyst and former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling blogged about Twitter trolls harassing his daughter after Schilling’s congratulated her for getting accepted to college. Schilling also did some amateur sleuthing of his own, and found some background information on a couple of the trolls. Their Twitter comments have resulted in severe discipline from their colleges...
Via Awful Announcing
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Curt Schilling unloads on Twitter trolls again

Earlier this week, ESPN analyst and former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling took to Twitter to congratulate her daughter Gabby on where she would be playing softball at the next level.  Although the responses began innocently enough, it wasn’t too long until the dark side of Twitter then took over and Schilling and his daughter received crude, vulgar replies from individuals on...
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College Student Suspended for Harassing Curt Schilling

It all started innocently enough. Congrats to Gabby Schilling who will pitch for the Salve Regina Seahawks next year!! — Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) February 25, 2015 Pretty cool, really. The three-time World Series champ’s daughter Gabby is heading to Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island to pitch.  And Curt Schilling did what any father would do…he congratulated...
Via Hall of Very Good
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Curt Schilling Takes On Vile Internet Bullying

Red Sox legend Curt Schilling took to his blog (38 Pitches) to expose a group of vile TWITTER users who made outrageous comments about his daughter Gabby. Schilling did what most fathers would do—he sent out a TWEET to congratulate his child for getting into college and on being a student athlete to boot. This simple TWEET set off a torrent of despicable and vulgar responses...
Via FenwayNation
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Schilling goes after guys on Twitter for hitting on daughter

Former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling went all proud dad on Twitter Wednesday, announcing that his daughter Gabby has accepted a scholarship offer to Salve Regina to play softball. Congrats to Gabby Schilling who will pitch for the Salve Regina Seahawks next year!! — Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) February 25, 2015 Who can blame him? Parents have...Read More
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

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