Back to save the world, at least the Northeastern part of it, is Curt Schilling. The former Boston Red Sox pitcher, who performed so ably as the blood flowed, is now looking for a new challenge. It comes in the form of an interest in taking vover the Senate seast of the late Ted Kennedy. It probably won’t happen for several reason:
The New York Yankees would just offer him more money.
He’s rarely, if ever, seen inebriated in public.
He’s been known to drive over bridges safely, numerous times in a row.
He’ll look at what’s involved, and JUST SAY NO.