But Schilling has had several controversies after his playing career ended. His video game company 38 Studios took a $75 million loan guarantee from the state of Rhode Island's economic development agency. But the company went bankrupt less than two years later.
He was fired by ESPN in 2016 after posting a meme that was critical of transgendered people. The situation was not the first where Schilling got in trouble with ESPN.
Warren was considered a vice presidential candidate for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Warren was pushed by some to run for the presidential nomination.