Curt Schilling has a blog.: (via Deadspin)
posted by rocketman to baseball at 09:54 AM - 10 comments
Should be an interesting read.
posted by jerseygirl at 10:06 AM on March 08
Wow. I just wasted 45 minutes reading his stuff. Every year, there is a breakover point that gets me really excited about the upcoming season. Well, this just did it. I can't wait for opening day. By the way, read the comments too. He actually responds to the posts. Great stuff!
posted by hawkguy at 10:22 AM on March 08
This is in contrast to Ron Mexico's blog, www.38bitches(andthevdigavethem).com. Good stuff, though. Schilling's always worth a look, and I can't wait until he convinces Tim Wakefield to do the same.
posted by wfrazerjr at 11:19 AM on March 08
I just likee that Curt's 38 Pitch Studios makes video games. He's a gamer. Sure the Dodgers guy with the Rock Farm will make more money (apparently) but at the end of the day - he still sells rocks. It's really too bad that I am starting to detest the Red Sox again. I might have read this and enjoyed it otherwise.
posted by WeedyMcSmokey at 12:46 PM on March 08
I was surprised at how prolific he's been so far (though it's only been two days, and the easiest days in the course of running a blog are the beginning). Personally I can't stand him, but it'll be interesting to watch this unfold over the course of the year. It has the potential to redefine the relationship between fan and player...and fan and market...and so on.
posted by diastematic at 01:30 PM on March 08
Schilling is a gamer, so he gets my vote. Though the cynic in me read the name of the blog and thought "That's obviously all he can manage before being pulled.":)
posted by Drood at 01:40 PM on March 08
I can't get to it. Must be behind a bloody SOCKS proxy.
posted by mr_crash_davis at 02:01 PM on March 08
Interesting read. Probably his next post will be about Vukovich, who did in fact just pass away.
posted by vito90 at 03:38 PM on March 08
One of my husband's greatest thrills(And he was a michigan boy) was to watch the Phillies win the world series. Vuk was part of that awesome team, but Tug won the hearts of all Phillies fans when he pitched those last outs. A city held its' breath as Tug would tap his leg with his glove and then throw the ball. Unfortunately, Tug also passed away. So did my husband, a devoted Phillies fan. Hats off to them.
posted by Sal Minehart at 06:19 AM on March 11
mr_crash_davis: I can't get to it. Must be behind a bloody SOCKS proxy.
posted by hincandenza at 01:10 PM on March 12
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