// Curt Schilling

Schilling Files for Free Agency

For the first time in Schillings career he has gone to free agency. Officially it happened Tuesday October 30th. Curt Schilling is 40 years old. And in baseball today it hardly seems old at all. He still has a competive edge and even when he only throws a 83 mph fastball he still has the smarts and guile […]

Red Sox Sweep Angels and Move Onto ALCS

The L.A. Angels of Anaheim might have had the best pitching staff coming into the playoffs. The might have had one of the most dynamic offenses. I guess the Red Sox hadn’t heard. Because the Red Sox swept the Angels in three games and barely gave them a fighting chance. Curt Schilling worked seven dominant […]

In Game Schilling vs Clemens: Battle of the Oldies

Jacoby has stolen six bases already in his 14 days in Boston. His 162 average would be 69 stolen bases. He won’t do that but half of that is great. Hopefully more. Joe Torre said Joba Chamberlain is available for 2-3 innings tonight. That seems like a lot but Torre is notorious for overworking his […]

Yankees vs Red Sox in September Baseball

The last meeting the Boston Red Sox (89-58) and New York Yankees (83-63) had was in August when the Yankees swept three games from Boston in NY. Now its September and the Yankees are in Boston. Boston is 5.5 games ahead of New York for the division lead. But New York sits 3.5 games up […]

Who Do You Trust More?

It’s a simple question. If the Red Sox were in a playoff game or going into a big series, who do you trust more? Here’s the list… Josh Beckett (SP) is by far the best pitcher on the Red Sox this year. He has already won a World Series by putting the Marlins on his […]

Sweep at the Fens? Schilling vs Marcum

Tonight the Red Sox are going for their second three game sweep this year of Toronto. The Sox have won four in a row and are seven games up on the Yankee’s. Jacoby Ellsbury is in the lineup again tonight. In Jacoby Ellsbury’s four games of starting in September he is 8-12 with 1 2B, […]

Red Sox Sweep Doubleheader

Red Sox steamrolled Chicago in the day/night double header on Friday. The Sox outscored Chicago 21-4. Thanks to big days from Ortiz, Lowell and Youkilis, who combined for 13 hits and 11 rbi’s in both games. In Game 1, Beckett became baseball’s first 16-game winner. Ortiz gave the Sox the lead by knocking a homer […]

Schilling Considering Joining D-Rays in ’08

In his regular show on WEEI, Curt Schilling said he’d be interested in joining the D-Rays and their two young pitchers, Scott Kazmir and James Shields. “It’s one of those situations you’d certainly have to look at. Knowing that I’m probably going to spend one more year playing, if circumstances happen and things happen and […]

Bonds Reportedly Preparing to Sue Schilling

Barry Bonds has bolstered his legal team and could be preparing to slap a lawsuit on Curt Schilling, the New York Daily News reported on its web site Thursday. According to the report, Bonds retained San Francisco attorney Todd Schneider and Oakland attorney John Burris to represent him in a possible defamation lawsuit against the […]

8/18 Schilling vs Jered Weaver

Schilling might be a great stopper for the Sox. But the best way to guarantee a win is to keep Gagne from getting to the park. Gagne has pitched twice against the Angels this year. Early in the year he shut them out for 8 innings. And on Aug 6th Curt got the loss after […]

Sox Starters Have Great Series

Do not let the 2 losses fool you. The Red Sox had great pitching all weekend……..well at least the rotation did. Game 1, Daisuke Matsuzaka: 7IP, 1ER, 4BB, 7K Game 2, Josh Beckett: 8.2 IP, 2ER, 0BB, 8K (Tied for the Major League lead in wins with 15) Game 3, Curt Schilling: 6IP, 0ER, 0BB, […]