Curt Schilling Taking Leave of Absence from ESPN After His Video Game Company Gets Sued

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After laying off all his staff and not paying back his loans.

ESPN decided it was best Curt Schilling worry more about his finances and the people whose lives he destroyed than working on Baseball Tonight.

Now that Curt is being sued by Citizens Bank for the $2 million (and other costs) he borrowed as personal guarantor on behalf of his failed video game company, 38 Studios, he’s probably due for some time to sort things out. ESPN does expect the Baseball Tonight analyst to return later this season,

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