ESPN removed former pitcher Curt Schilling from its Sunday Night Baseball broadcast this week in the wake of his tweet comparing Muslims to Nazis.The network confirmed the decision Wednesday to awfulannouncing.com. A day before, Schilling had been pulled from Little League World Series broadcasts.It's unclear how long Schilling will remain off the broadcast."I understand and accept my suspension. 100% my fault. Bad choices have bad consequences and this was a bad decision in every way on my part," Schilling tweeted.The former World Series MVP has come under fire for retweeting a post that said, "Only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only 7% of Germans were Nazis. How'd that go?" ESPN in a statement called the tweet "completely unacceptable."Schilling has been a color analyst for ESPN since 2010 and has worked on Sunday Night Baseball broadcasts since last season EX-CLOSER RETIRES: Former Indians closer Chris Perez retired from baseball. Perez, 30, was in the Orioles organization but was under a 50-game suspension for testing positive for a drug of abuse. GIANTS: LH reliever Jeremy Affeldt went on the 15-day disabled list with a left knee subluxation, which he said he suffered while playing with his children. PADRES: Former Rays OF Wil Myers , who has played in just 35 games this season because of a left wrist injury, took batting practice for the first time since June surgery and said he felt good. PHILLIES: Bench coach Larry Bowa said that he expects a letter from Joe Torre , Major League Baseball's discipline czar, after his ejection from Tuesday's loss to the Mets. Bowa and the team had taken issue with a quick pitch from Mets RH reliever Hansel Robles , who began to pitch while Darin Ruf 's head was down. RANGERS: LHP Chris Rearick was claimed on waivers from the Padres and assigned to Triple-A Round Rock. TIGERS: RHP Shane Greene is scheduled to have season-ending surgery today to repair a pseudoaneurysm is his right shoulder. Greene should be ready to return by spring training, head athletic trainer Kevin Rand said.