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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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  • T.J. Simers of L.A. Times calls Curt Schilling a 'sissy'

     
    My pals from Newsday.com's Final Score blog are oozing into my territory again, linking to T.J. Simers' column calling Curt Schilling a "sissy" for hit-and-run blogging. I don't mind. I'm a team guy. I am the page views tide that......
  • If Schilling is finished, Cooperstown should be next

     
    Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling appears to be heading for the door on his Major League career and assuming that's the case, his ticket should be punched to the Hall of Fame.Over the course of a 20-year career, Schilling's win......
  • Manny Being Merlot

     
    Two of the biggest trades in baseball last week have created a little dilemma for Charity Wines. That???s the Massachusetts company that launched a line of wines in honor of athletes to raise money for their favorite charities. A portion......
  • Philadelphians notice that it is baseball season

     
    I have driven to Philadelphia for work and/or "pleasure" dozens of times, and I believe this morning was the first occasion on which I heard sustained baseball talk on the sports station WIP. Usually, it's Eagles in March, Eagles in......
  • Dallas sports media blogger disses Brooks Bollinger

     
    Mrs. WatchDog came up with a great idea to pick up some cheap page views: A pointless, artificially manufactured trash-talking war with my Dallas sports media blogging counterpart, Barry Horn. Check this out: Horn's most recent post has Troy Aikman,......
  • Schilling: 'I never felt the Angels were aggressive in October'

     
    Curt Schilling is retired, but his opinions are not. In his blog today, Schilling offers a variety of opinions. Among them: On Red Sox center fielder and leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury: "More dangerous on the bases than any Angels player,......
  • The Ace of (broken) hearts

     
    The Yankees have an "Ace," and the Angels don't. Really, that's been the difference in this ALCS so far. The Yankees' CC Sabathia has dispensed two xerox masterpieces, a pair of dominant eight-inning, low-hit, one-run performances, and the guys who......
  • Obama: Massachusetts, agenda on line

     
    by James Oliphant and Mark Z. Barabak BOSTON -- President Obama made a rare campaign-style visit today in a last-ditch effort to salvage the flagging Senate bid of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley and preserve the Democrats' decisive 60-vote majority...
  • Where's Romney?

     
    The last time Massachusetts elected a Republican to a major statewide office was 2002, when an investment banker named Mitt Romney captured the statehouse. But now, on the eve of a potential upset by another Republican of the Senate seat......
  • The blame game: who lost Massachusetts?

     
    Even before the polls close, political insiders are debating the outcome. If Democratic Atty. Gen. Martha Coakley loses the Senate seat held by the liberal icon Ted Kennedy for 48 years, look for the blame game to get even louder.......
  • Shadow of steroids continues to grow

    At the beginning, they called it "Project Bingo." It became better known as the BALCO investigation. Once again, the probe into athletes' steroid use is redefining America's pastime along with a few other sports, causing some to wonder if we can really...