At different points in time, Curt Schilling was one of the most beloved players by fans of the Philadelphia Phillies, and then the Boston Red Sox. His performance in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS, better known as “the bloody sock game,” will go down in the annals of history. But as time went on, Schilling’s “true colors” emerged. He had public spats with some of the most prestigious baseball journalists in the country, such as Pedro Gomez and Dan Shaughnessy. His public opposition to same-sex marriage, and the LGBTQ community hasn’t exactly endeared him to many fans, either.