Curt Schilling is a three-time World Series champion and a proud American. Curt provides no-holds-barred commentary that today’s college students are eager to hear. In fact, he has never been hesitant to voice his conservative views, and he’s seen a wide variety of responses—including criticism for his 2004 endorsement of President George W. Bush—from liberals and conservatives for his honest assessments.
One could argue that ESPN’s fall into leftwing appeasement began when they first suspended him for comparing Muslim extremists to the Nazis of WWII before subsequently firing him for his commentary on the North Carolina bathroom bill.
In the last few years, he’s continued to build his career as a conservative commentator via a daily online show for Breitbart as well as his own personal podcasts.
Curt won the following Humanitarian Awards during his 22-year career in baseball:
- 2001 Roberto Clemente Award
- 2001 Branch Rickey Award
- 1996 Lou Gehrig Award from Columbia’s Phi Delta Theta (Lou’s college fraternity)
- 2000 Philadelphia Sports Writers Association Humanitarian
- 1996 March of Dimes Phillie of the Year Award
- 2001 Hutch Award
As a player he won the following:
- Babe Ruth Award(2001)
- Baseball DigestPitcher of the Year (2001, 2004)
- MLB All-Star(1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004)
- MLB Pitcher of the Month(May 1999, May 2001, May 2002, July 2002)
- MLB Player of the Week(May 27, 2001; August 5, 2001; August 17, 2003)
- National League Championship Series Most Valuable Player Award(1993)
- Philadelphia Baseball Wall of Fameinductee (2013)
- Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fameinductee (2014)
- Players Choice Award for NL Outstanding Pitcher (2001, 2002)
- Sporting NewsNL Pitcher of the Year (2001, 2002)
- Sporting NewsSportsman of the Year (2001)
- Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year (2001, 2004)
- World Series champion (2001, 2004, 2007)
- World Series Most Valuable Player Award(2001)
He has also had the honor of visiting deployed troops in Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, Afghanistan, and other locations on USO tours.
He has been married 27 years to his wife Shonda and they have 4 children (Gehrig 24, Gabriella 22, Grant 20, and Garrison 16) as well as 5 dogs (Jax (Rottweiler) Georgia (English Bulldog) Ellie (Maltese) Willow (Pug) and Puck (French Bulldog)) as well as 7 Alpacas, 3 Llamas, 4 pigs, 7 goats, 2 geese (Bonnie and Clyde), and a large number of chickens. Most of them are rescues and part of the extended family!
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- The Media’s Work to Undermine Morals, Ethics and Faith
- Thank the Military for Your Safe Space
- Raising Men in a World that is Taught to Hate Them
- My Faith and How it Impacted Life, Family, and Baseball