Curt Schilling back on ESPN after 38 Studios leave of absenceAugust 14th, 2012 at 7:22 pm by Ted Nesi under Nesi's Notes, On the Main Site
Schilling returned to his job as an analyst on ESPN’s “Baseball Tonight” program during Sunday evening’s broadcast, ESPN spokesman Ben Cafardo confirmed in an email to WPRI.com.
“He will appear regularly,” Cafardo said.
Schilling disappeared from ESPN in early May as 38 Studios’ troubles emerged into public view, then returned to the network June 3. The company filed for bankruptcy later that week, and ESPN announced June 16 that the former Red Sox ace would take a leave of absence from the sports network “as he works thru his business issues.”
Schilling has been an analyst on “Baseball Tonight” program since the 2010 season.
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