This week Curt Schilling haters had a chance to take Schilling out in brutal hand-to-hand combat.

Schilling is a huge fan of the online role-playing game Everquest, and as part of a “Battle ALS” charity event a character bearing his likeness known as “Evil Curt” appeared in the online world of Everquest II this week. Each time a player killed Evil Curt, Sony Online Entertainment donated $5 to the ALS Association, which is Schilling’s favorite charity.

Somehow I feel like Schilling might get a bit more money if he used ARod’s likeness instead…

2 Responses to “Evil Curt Schilling”

  1. Coley Ward says:

    I would much rather kill Evil Curt than Evil A-Rod. That’s just my personal opinion.

  2. Ditto my friend. Give me a chance to virtually strangle Evil Curt with a bloody sock.

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