Sports conspiracy theories that are so wild they just might be true

[post_page_title]Bloody sock[/post_page_title]
This is one of those conspiracy theories that you really have to be in the moment to understand, because you have to understand how intimidation works. After going through surgery, Curt Schilling took the mound with a “bloody sock” against the Yankees in a pivotal 2004 playoff game, and sent them home crying. Some Yankee fans felt that Schilling’s bloody sock was actually filled with ketchup, with the sole purpose of making him look more menacing on the mound.

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