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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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  • Skeleton crew cleans up at Big Huge Games in Timonium

    Skeleton crew cleans up at Big Huge Games in Timonium
    Big Huge Games, a studio in Timonium that designed rich, immersive video games, has closed its office and only a skeleton crew of employees remained as its parent company in Rhode Island appears to have gone out of business, according to online reports. ...
  • Friday Buffet: The strange and sad demise of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games

    Friday Buffet: The strange and sad demise of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games
    On Thursday, the entire staffs of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games were given pink slips. The company, which released “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” (which I reviewed in February), was in partnership with the state of Rhode Island to bring...
  • Timonium video game maker closes, lays off 100

    About 100 employees of Big Huge Games, a Timonium-based maker of video games, lost their jobs this week as the studio and its Rhode Island-based parent company abruptly shut down because of financial problems. The 12-year-old company was one of the...
  • E3: Still relevant in a changing market?

    E3: Still relevant in a changing market?
    With the sale of packaged video games in decline, one may wonder whether a convention like E3, which opened Monday to begin its annual celebration of the spectacle of big-budget titles, is still needed. For the last 18 years, E3 has served as the...
  • Randy Johnson, Dan Wilson to be inducted into M's HOF

    Randy Johnson, Dan Wilson to be inducted into M's HOF
    One of the best defensive catchers and one of the most dominant pitchers in the history of Major League Baseball will be inducted into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame this year. Dan Wilson and Randy Johnson will become the fifth and sixth members of the...
  • Ex-big league pitcher Fossum signed to minor league deal

    Ex-big league pitcher Fossum signed to minor league deal
    The Orioles have agreed to a minor league deal with former major league left-hander Casey Fossum, according to an industry source. It's unclear whether he will receive a spring invitation to big league camp. Fossum, 34, last pitched in the majors in...
  • VandenHurk released, Correnti hired, Cummings promoted

    VandenHurk released, Correnti hired, Cummings promoted
    Right-handed pitcher Rick VandenHurk, who was designated for assignment last week when the Orioles signed infielder Wilson Betemit, cleared waivers and was released Friday. He becomes a free agent and can sign with another team. VandenHurk, 26, was 0-1...
  • Orioles expected to hire Rick Peterson, Chris Correnti

    Orioles expected to hire Rick Peterson, Chris Correnti
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette has been focused on pitching since he took over the club in November, and he’s also been doing things slightly differently than in the past. Looks like both trends are continuing. This week, Duquette...
  • Rafael Palmeiro to the Hall of Fame: Let voters handle steroid issue

    Rafael Palmeiro to the Hall of Fame: Let voters handle steroid issue
    The person who perhaps could be helped or hurt most if the National Baseball Hall of Fame offered specific instruction to its voters on whether candidates with a history of using performance-enhancing drugs should be enshrined has his own opinion as to...
  • Derek Jeter Named "Sportsman of the Year"

    Derek Jeter Named "Sportsman of the Year"
    Derek Jeter posed in his crisp pinstripe uniform, resting a shiny black bat on his shoulder, while a photographer lying on the ground near the entrance to a Bronx subway station snapped pictures of the New York Yankees shortstop from a low angle....
  • Report says Sammy Sosa tested positive in 2003

    Report says Sammy Sosa tested positive in 2003
    A New York Times report that Sammy Sosa tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003 reverberated through the White Sox and Cubs clubhouses before Tuesday's postponed opener of the City Series. Cubs general manager Jim Hendry, who was Sosa's...