Curt Schilling, a former Red Sox hurler, and founder of 38 Studios, an MMO-development company, today expressed interest in filling Ted Kennedy’s empty United States Senate seat?

Crazy, right? But yes, the story of a former major-league pitcher turned video game boss, turned possible Senator, is indeed unfolding before our very eyes.

Schilling had this to say regarding his uncertain fate:

“While my family is obviously the priority, and 38 Studios is a priority, I do have some interest in the possibility [of running]. That being said, to get to there from where I am today, many many things would have to align themselves for that to truly happen. I am not going to comment further on the matter since at this point it would be speculation on top of speculation.”

Well, the Terminator is governor of California, so zanier things have happened, but the political sphere is too stressful Curt, stay with video games!!

via GamePolitics

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One Response

  1. Union

    Schilling has expressed zero intention of “abandoning” 38 Studios. In fact, his expressed sentiments have been quite contrary to that assumption. I’m not sure why you would include such wild speculation in your headline. Cheers.

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