Transmogrifier wrote:Yoda wrote:Nomar4prez wrote:Schilling speaks his mind.....so what? People always say they wish players were more truthful with their answers, and when a player speaks his mind, everyone bashes him. I don't agree with alot of Schilling's comments, but he has every right to speak his mind. When people on radio shows are criticizing him, and his team, I would hope he would call them up, and tell them where to shove it.
You can say whatever you want. However, it's how you say things. Schilling portrays himself as uneducated with his name calling and childish antics. Read this response by Pinella and how he makes Schilling look like a big loser without calling him names. This is how you do it:
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/B/ ... N=BASEBALL
Schilling didn't call Piniella an idiot. Schilling said Piniella's players called Piniella an idiot.
I still don't think Schilling should have said it, but it's a big difference.
That makes his comments even sillier (is that a word?) Why would ANY TB player in a bench clearing brawl say something like that to Curt Schilling of all people, about his manager? Clearly Schilling is making up a story. This is why he needs to just keep his mouth shut and do the only thing that he is good at.
It's no wonder even his teammates and ex-teammates cannot stand him.