Ex-Red Sox pitcher mulls run against Senator Warren in MA

Ex-Red Sox pitcher mulls run against Senator Warren in MA

Ex-Red Sox pitcher mulls run against Senator Warren in MA

Schilling made the announcement on Rhode Island radio station WPRO.

Owner of the infamous "bloody sock" and former Red Sox great Curt Schilling has decided try and "change-up" the government in MA with a decision to run for Senate against incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Warren in 2018, according to a report out of The Hill.

Schilling moved 38 Studios from MA to Rhode Island in 2010 in exchange for the loan guarantee.

The haters will say that Schilling is the weakest Republican candidate who could plausibly win a GOP primary in MA - and that this is the only reason a liberal rag like this one would encourage him to run. Schilling told DePetro that he "had nothing to apologize for", in response to a statement from Governor Gina Raimondo that the taxpayers of the state deserved an apology.

He says his company failed because it didn't raise enough money, not because he did anything malicious or illegal.

In August, Schilling told FOX25 he's been weighing a run against Sen. Schilling would be challenging Elizabeth Warren, the current MA senator who took office in 2013.

38 Studios moved from MA to Rhode Island in 2010 in exchange for the loan guarantee, then went bankrupt.

Schilling, a supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, stirred controversy recently when he defended Trump after a recent video showed Trump apparently remarking that he'd be dating a young girl "in 10 years".

There has already been polling done on a matchup between Warren and Schilling. "The left is holding her up as the second coming of Hillary Clinton, which the Lord knows we don't even need the first one".

Just one company remains as a defendant, First Southwest, which acted as the state's financial adviser.

"She's hurt in every possibly way she can", Schilling said.

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