Curt Schilling says he'll challenge Elizabeth Warren for her Senate seat, with 1 big caveat

Curt Schilling.
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Seeing as being an ESPN analyst didn't exactly work out for Curt Schilling (he was fired earlier this year after sharing an offensive post on Facebook that mocked transgender people), the former All-Star pitcher has set his sights on other things. Namely, politics.

Speaking Tuesday on the southern New England radio station WPRO, Schilling, who calls Massachusetts home, said he is going to challenge Sen. Elizabeth Warren for her Senate seat in 2018. "So I've made my decision. I'm going to run," Schilling declared.

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