ESPN Terminates Curt Schilling admin Apr 21, 2016 Baseball Curt Schilling will no more speak on ESPN. He has been fired after his insensitive commentary on transgender folks. A press statement from the media channel read the employment of Schilling with ESPN, which is an inclusive company, has been terminated as his conduct was unacceptable. A day before the termination, on Tuesday, the Bristol faculty posted an image of a man dressed in woman’s clothing. The image was accompanied with a text by him on his blog that read, “A man is a man no matter what they call themselves… I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designated for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.” Since 2010 Schilling has been covering the Major League Baseball on ESPN along with other commentators. Schilling’s words on his blog incited a furor. Last year in August he was also suspended by the channel following his tweet comparing extremist Muslims to Nazis. He had to apologize then and eventually he was removed from the “Sunday Night Baseball” crew of ESPN. He was shifted to ESPN’s Monday night team. Earlier this year, in March, he said during a radio interview Hillary Clinton should be buried under a jail somewhere. Do share your views with us and fellow readers about the termintion of Curt Schilling in the below given comment box.