Curt Schilling’s Statistics Should Do The Talking When It Comes To Cooperstown


Curt Schilling is one of the most polarizing candidates in recent memory for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum who isn’t under the suspicion of performance enhancing substances. His statistical achievements merit serious consideration especially when it comes to strikeouts, postseason excellence, and Wins Above Replacement (WAR). Unfortunately, Schilling’s provocative and argumentative nature have led to several unpleasant exchanges and controversial commentaries on social media that haven’t gone unnoticed by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA).

As Schilling is being considered for baseball’s greatest honor an eighth time, there is a lot to examine that goes well beyond a 20-year major league career. He has experienced a high-profile business failure, financial ruin, mouth cancer, and being terminated by ESPN for insensitive messages on social media. His inflammatory words have also…

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