Legendary in his own lifetime, former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling was able to help his team to World Series wins in 2004 and 2007, but now he may have his sights set on an even bigger target. Schilling said Tuesday that he's considering the possibility of running for the senate seat left vacant by the death of Senator Ted Kennedy. Schilling, a Republican, noted that the seat has been locked up for the last 3 decades and he thinks now it will only take the right Republican to win the...Read Full Story
Curt Schilling, one of the most dominant and controversial pitchers in baseball, announced his retirement today.Best known for pitching shortly after ankle surgery help Boston win the 2004 World Series, his career has also been marred by rumors of steroids and gossip about his prima-donna-of-the-pitcher's-mound antics. Schilling annoucned the retirement via his blog, 38pitches.com: After being blessed to experience 23 years of playing professional baseball in front of the world’s best fans...Read Full Story
Right-handed pitcher Curt Schilling now has three World Series rings in his collection. He's won two with Boston and one with Arizona. Schilling announced his retirement on March 23, 2009.