Curt Montague Schilling is an erstwhile Major League Baseball Starting Pitcher. He started his career as a Major League player after being traded to Baltimore Orioles in 1988.Early Life (Childhood)
Schilling was born in Anchorage located in the most sparsely populated U.S. State of Alaska. He graduated from Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix, Arizona. His pro career began as a player for an amateur baseball team, Elmira Pioneers.Interesting Facts
Besides his sporting career Schilling was enthusiastic about getting involved in politics. In 2004, he campaigned for President Bush. He also raised donations for ALS patients and research.Personal Life
Schilling was married to Shonda Schilling in 1992 and together they have four kids. On February 2014 it was revealed that he was diagnosed and battling with oral cancer.Achievement
Schilling won a World Series Championship for the first time in 2001 with the Arizona Diamondbacks and later in 2004 and 2007 with the Boston Red Sox. He also has The Roberto Clemente Award under his belt.Rumor
Schilling has been a part of numerous conflicts ranging from fellow players, team management to media. His news report was suspended by the ESPN.com as a result of a 'Controversial Tweet'.