October 23, 2016
Former Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling has reportedly found a new job.
According to New York magazine, the outspoken former baseball player has agreed to join conservative news outlet Breitbart.
The website is expected to make an announcement Monday that Schilling will host "a daily online radio show featuring political commentary and calls from listeners," reporter Gabriel Sherman wrote.
In 2010, Schilling became a color commentator and analyst at ESPN where his tenure was marred in controversy. Last year, he was removed from his Little League World Series assignment for tweeting a meme that compared Muslims to Nazis. Schilling was eventually fired in April for sharing an anti-transgender meme on his Facebook page.
Despite those events, Schilling has continued to voice his opinions during the turbulent 2016 Election. Last week, he appeared on CNN's "The Lead" and asked Jake Tapper how Jewish people could support the Democratic Party.
Schilling has also announced he is considering a U.S. Senate run against Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts.