First he says steroids are rampant in baseball. Then he gets before Congress and says he may have overstated his case, and calls Canseco, who named players using steroids, a liar. Then Curt Schilling says this:
“He (Bonds) admitted he used steroids. There’s no gray area,” Schilling said. “He admitted cheating on his wife, cheating on taxes and cheating on the game.”
He later said “It’s just unfortunate there’s good people and bad people.”
Giants flagship station KNBR has a morning show centering on announcers Duane Kuiper and Mike Krukow. On Wednesday, Krukow pulled no punches, calling Schilling a “horses’s ***.”
Mike Krukow thinks Schilling’s rear end matches that of the great Secretariat, or any number of equine athletes.
Krukow essentially said that Schilling is a blowhard, calling him an “idiot” who always seems to pop off about things he doesn’t need to comment on and saying “a little knowledge goes a long way. He thinks he knows a lot about everything.”
Now he apologizes, I’m sure after getting his horse’s *** chewed by every responsible person in Major League Baseball (does Bud Selig count as a responsible person?) trying to protect their product. And, of course, you know his little slip of the tongue cost him a pretty penny.
The way this is going next thing you know Schilling will be on top of a building shouting “The Sheriff’s a Ni**er!“
— Michael Norton