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Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling
Former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling, born Nov. 14, 1966, played in the MLB from 1988 to 2007, was a three-time World Series champion and 2001 World Series MVP. In his career, he pitched for the Baltimore Orioles, Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox. Schilling finished his career with a 216-146 record, a 3.46 ERA and 3,116 strikeouts. (Photo AP)
Former baseball pitcher Curt Schilling, born Nov. 14, 1966, played in the MLB from 1988 to 2007, was a three-time World Series champion and 2001 World Series MVP. In his career, he pitched for the Baltimore Orioles, Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox. Schilling finished his career with a 216-146 record, a 3.46 ERA and 3,116 strikeouts. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Verlander Becomes 2011's First 20-Game Winner

    Verlander Becomes 2011's First 20-Game Winner
    Justin Verlander is baseball's first 20-game winner this season. It won't go down as one of his best starts, and it did not come easy, but Verlander picked up his eighth straight victory Saturday as the Tigers beat the Twins, 6-4, at Target Field. "It...
  • This day in Orioles history: September 7

    September 7, 1988: Curt Schilling made his major-league debut in an Orioles uniform.
  • Orioles notes: Chris Davis eager to try hand at third base

    Orioles notes: Chris Davis eager to try hand at third base
    The Orioles' Chris Davis, who just returned from a brief injury rehabilitation assignment with Double-A Bowie, was penciled in at third base on Tuesday's lineup card and says he's looking forward to playing a lot there over the final three weeks of the...
  • Theo Epstein bio

    Theo Epstein bio
    Born: Dec. 29, 1973 in Brookline, Mass. Famous relatives: Grandfather Philip Epstein and twin brother Julius shared an Oscar with Howard Koch for writing the screenplay of Casablanca. First baseball job: Summer intern with Orioles in 1992. Misguided...
  • This Day in Orioles History: July 10

    July 10, 1991: The Orioles traded Curt Schilling, Steve Finley and Pete Harnisch for Glenn Davis.
  • This Day in Orioles History: July 30

    July 30, 1988: The Orioles traded Mike Boddicker to the Red Sox for Brady Anderson and Curt Schilling.
  • History of deals involving Orioles at the trade deadline

    History of deals involving Orioles at the trade deadline
    The trade deadline can be a dangerous temptress. At times, it can cause otherwise levelheaded organizations to do something crazy. Like trade away Jeff Bagwell for Larry Anderson. Or give up Grady Sizemore, Cliff Lee and Brandon Phillips for Bartolo...
  • Big Huge Relief: Epic Games hires laid-off video game pros, creates new studio in Hunt Valley

    Big Huge Relief: Epic Games hires laid-off video game pros, creates new studio in Hunt Valley
    Back in May, one of the biggest video game companies in Maryland -- Big Huge Games of Timonium -- imploded, as its parent company in Rhode Island, 38 Studios, collapsed from a lack of money. Somewhere around 90-100 or so were laid off abruptly at Big...
  • Friday Buffet: Bravo, 8-bit 'Community'

    Friday Buffet: Bravo, 8-bit 'Community'
    News Roundup •••• Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios, which released “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” in February, is in financial hot water with the state of Rhode Island. Taking cash from the...
  • Yanks script tonight's O's game to include Joba

     
    Curt Schilling writes the the blog 38 pitches but Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain gets to star in an off-Broadway production of 55 Pitches tonight at Camden Yards against the Orioles.Directed by Joe Girardi and produced by Hank Steinbrenner, 55 Pitches...
  • Will Leitch breaks story about himself: It's over . . . soon

     
    Will Leitch just announced he is leaving as editor of Deadspin later this month. Wow. I'm not shocked, given the shelf life he predicted for himself when I first interviewed him 16 months ago, but still . . . How......