Curt Schilling was a phenomenal athlete. He threw more than 3,000 innings, was a six-time all-star, a World Series MVP in 2001 and made over 100 million dollars over the course of his career. He finished sixth in Hall of Fame voting this January, capturing 52.3 percent of the vote. At worst, he is a very good player who had a very long and successful career as a pitcher. No one would argue that he wasn’t talented, or that he wasn’t knowledgeable about the sport.