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Friday, April 09, 2004

A Big Mouth, or Just More Honest than Many?

You may not like him, but you have to agree that Curt Schilling is interesting and a character. Schilling seems to be willing to talk into any microphone put in front of him, and if there is none available, look for an outlet to speak his mind on the web - SOSH or anywhere else. I am not sure Schilling has ever tried his act in a media fishbowl like Boston - where he will likely be criticized for whatever he says - either by the fans of the press.
He makes some interesting points about the "Pedro Leaves Early" furor at Jim Rome's Web site - text and audio stream, http://www.jimrome.com/home/article/article.html, including seemingly calling the press liars for making stuff up, and takes a shot at the Globe's Dan Shaughnessy.

It ain't boring folks.