Curtis Montague "Curt" Schilling (born November 14, 1966 in Anchorage, Alaska) is an American game designer and former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. His career postseason record of 11-2 is a major-league record among pitchers with at least 10 decisions.
Schilling founded the wargame company Multi-Man Publishing to maintain his favorite game ASL when Avalon Hill was sold to Hasbro. In January 2008, Schilling announced that he will be focusing on an MMORPG project along with comic book creator Todd MacFarlane and fantasy author R. A. Salvatore.
He is the designer of Doomed Battalions (ASL Module #11).
"...Curt Schilling, spearheaded MMP's acquisition of ASL. During his seasons with the Baltimore Orioles ('88 - '90), Schilling could be seen at the Avalon Hill offices discussing the complexities of the 3-ring rules binder and play of ASL." -- Thomas N. Shaw, former vice president of Avalon Hill