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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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  • Question of the day: What’s the greatest rivalry in sports?

     
    Reporters from around the Tribune family tackle the question of the day, then you get a chance to chime in and tell them why they're wrong. Andrew Wagaman, Allentown The best rivalry in sports is in college because of the......
  • Question of the day: What’s been the best MLB postseason pitching matchup in recent memory? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Bill Kline, The Morning Call It was 1968, the Year of the......
  • Players balk on steroid use

    Putting the integrity of the national pastime under a harsh spotlight, a House committee questioned a panel of superstars Thursday about steroids in baseball, eliciting sharp denials from several -- and in the case of retired home run legend Mark McGwire,...
  • Suspensions, not fines, to be steroid test penalty

    Major league baseball players who fail steroid drug tests no longer will have the option of being fined instead of suspended, baseball's labor lawyer said yesterday. Fines that ranged from $10,000 for a first failed drug test to up to $100,000 after...
  • Baseball stars, officials testify

    WASHINGTON - Some of baseball's brightest stars uneasily testified yesterday about steroid use, but a House committee saved its fire for baseball executives, going so far as to question whether their sport still deserved its treasured exemption from...
  • Baseball stars are refused immunity

    WASHINGTON - A House committee refused yesterday to grant immunity to any of a half-dozen current and former baseball stars expected as mostly reluctant witnesses today for a hearing aimed at uncovering the truth about steroid use in their sport. The...
  • Two stars, one classic moment

    SEATTLE - A season of lasts brought Cal Ripken to the Emerald City yesterday, where he and San Diego Padres right fielder Tony Gwynn became the focus of a sport that has begun its goodbyes. The 72nd Baseball All-Star Game welcomed Ripken for the 19th and...