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Curt Schilling

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Date of Birth: 1966 , November-14
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 4 Inch
Name Colleen Dominguez
Birth Name Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.
Nick Name Tutta
Father Dr. Sang I. Cho
Mother Donna Cho,
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Sayre, Pennsylvania, USA.
Ethnicity Latino
Profession Sportscaster and journalist
Net Worth $1.3 Million
Eye Color Brown, Blue
Hair Color Gray Brown
Body Measurements 30-23-33
Breast Size 30
Waist size 23
Hip Size 33
Shoe Size 10
Weight in KG 57
Famous for sportscaster of ESPN
Married Married and Divorced
Married to Martin Goldbach
Children Louisa Simone Gottlieb
Divorce Divorced
Working For ESPN
Face Color White
Education bachelors in arts degree in liberal studies
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
TV Show CBC News: Newfoundland Crash, CBC News Now with Heather Hiscox
Siblings Stefan and Gunerius
Salary $350 thousand
Awards TV personality of the year 2009
Religion Christian
Boyfriend Erik Stevens
Neck Size 8.9
Movies Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Quick Timeline of Curt Schilling

1966 Born in Anchorage, Alaska, United States
1985 Graduated from Shadow Mountain High School
1988 Joined Baltimore Orioles
1992 Joined Philadelphia Phillies
1993 Won 1993 NLCS Most Valuable Player Award
1997 Was named to the NL All-Star team
2000 Joined Arizona Diamondbacks
2001 Won Sportsmen of the Year
2009 Announced his retirement
1992 Married to Shonda Schilling
1995 First child, Gehrig Schilling
1997 Second child, Gabriella Schilling
2010 Debuted on ESPN

Detail Timeline of Curt Schilling

November 14 , 1966

Born in Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Intelligent and talented, Curt was born as Curtis Montague Schilling in Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America to American parents. He is an American and is of white ethnicity. He is six feet and four inches tall. 

1985

Graduated from Shadow Mountain High School

Curt received his formal education from Shadow Mountain High School. He was active in baseball than his studies. After the completion of his high school graduation in 1985, he joined Yavapai College. He also played baseball from the Yavapai College team. 

1988

Joined Baltimore Orioles

As a talented young guy, he joined Red Sox farm system and that was the beginning of his professional career. There he played as a as a second-round pick. He also played for Elmira Pioneers and Red Sox affiliate in the minor leagues. In 1988, he joined Baltimore Orioles and made his Major League debut with them. 

1992

Joined Philadelphia Phillies

After spending a year at Houston Astros, he joined Philadelphia Phillies in 1992. He displayed some of his beautiful games there. As a player, he also led Philadelphia Phillies to the World Series but was not able to lead them to glory.

1993

Won 1993 NLCS Most Valuable Player Award

In 1993, he won the title of NLCS Most Valuable Player Award. That year, he had 1.69 ERA and 19 strikeouts. That year they also played against defending world champion Toronto Blue Jays in the World Series but they lost their first game against them.

1997

Was named to the NL All-Star team

Though he didn't win any major award as a team player, he won several individual awards during his time in Philadelphia Phillies. For the first time in his life, he was also listed in the NL All-Star team in 1997. He was also nominated in this for the next two consecutive sessions. 

July 26 , 2000

Joined Arizona Diamondbacks

He was traded to Arizona Diamondbacks in 2000. He had successful days in Arizona Diamondbacks. Within a year, he won his first World Series with them in 2001. He also displayed some outstanding individual games. 

2001

Won Sportsmen of the Year

In 2001, he was honored with Sportsmen of the Year. He received this honor from Sports Illustrated magazine. He also won World Series MVP Award, Roberto Clemente and Branch Rickey Award. He also won several other major awards that year. 

March 23 , 2009

Announced his retirement

In 2004, he joined Boston Red Sox. He played there for about four years but his health did support him during the end of his life. He suffered several injuries and also went on several surgeries. In the early 2009, he announced his retirement from professional baseball. 

November 7 , 1992

Married to Shonda Schilling

On 7th of November 1992, Curt got married to Shonda Schilling. Shonda Schilling is popular for being the founder of American Shade Foundation. As a married couple, they have been parents four times. They are still together and are completely dedicated towards each other.

May 27 , 1995

First child, Gehrig Schilling

He became father for the first time in his life in 1995. He and his sweet wife, Shonda Schilling welcomed their first child together on 27th of May and that time it was a son and they named him Gehrig Schilling. 

May 22 , 1997

Second child, Gabriella Schilling

He became father for the second time in his life and that was in 1997. He and his sweet wife welcomed their second child together on 22nd of May and that time it was a baby girl and they named her Gabriella Schilling.  

April 4 , 2010

Debuted on ESPN

He has also established himself as a video game developer and he is also famous for being an ESPN baseball color analyst. He made his ESPN debut in 2010 as a baseball color analyst. These days he is suspended by the ESPN. 

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On 7th of November 1992, Curt got married to Shonda Schilling. Shonda Schilling is popular for being the founder of American Shade Foundation. As a married couple, they have been parents four times. They are still together and are completely dedicated towards each other.

Curt received his formal education from Shadow Mountain High School. After the completion of his high school graduation in 1985, he joined Yavapai College. As a talented young guy, he joined Red Sox farm system and that was the beginning of his professional career. There he played as a as a second-round pick. He also played for Elmira Pioneers and Red Sox affiliate in the minor leagues. In 1988, he joined Baltimore Orioles and made his Major League debut with them. He joined Houston Astros in 1991 and then Philadelphia Phillies in 1992. In 1993, he won the title of NLCS Most Valuable Player Award. He was traded to Arizona Diamondbacks in 2000 and won his first World Series with them in 2001. His net worth is said to be around $1 million.