A former member of the 2001 World Series winning Arizona Diamondbacks is considering a run for Congress in Arizona. Curt Schilling recently told “Armed American Radio” that he was considering going back to Arizona and running for Congress in, “one of the blue ones,” which would include Congressional District One. Schilling has been outspoken about his support for President Trump and has been supporting Brandon Martin, who is a Republican candidate in Congressional District Two running against current Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick. He has not indicated which district he would run in, if he were to run for Congress. Schilling spent most of his youth in Arizona and was a standout pitcher at Shadow Mountain High School and Yavapai College before going on to a successful career in Major League Baseball.