When you think of Curt Schilling, what's the first thing that comes to your mind?
The Bloody Sock in the 2004 playoffs, right?
Now, what comes to your mind thinking about that Curt Schilling as a United States Senator?
Nobody wants you. Boston appreciated your bloody sock. It's over. You're a mutant. https://t.co/BHBOZxmr4Y— Jen Kirkman (@JenKirkman) October 18, 2016
Turns out, that's not a joke.
The former Boston Red Sox star has officially made up his mind that he is going to run for Senate in 2018, although he still has to get his wife's approval. Here is what he said on Tuesday:
Curt Schilling on 2018 US Senate bid vs E Warren: "I've made my decision. I'm going to run. But - but - I haven't talked to Shonda, my wife"— Ted Nesi (@TedNesi) October 18, 2016
If his wife does approve, Schilling would be running against current Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who is currently serving in her first term in the Senate.
Earlier in the year, Warren registered a 61 percent approval rating so it seems like it would be a tall order for Schilling to beat her in a historically liberal state.