Schilling blogs retirement decision
BOSTON -- From bloody sock to bum shoulder, Curt Schilling rarely left the Boston Red Sox spotlight.
On the field, the husky right-hander pitched through pain to help end the club's 86-year championship drought in 2004 -- and then contributed to another World Series title three years later.
Off the field, the opinionated observer appeared at a congressional hearing on steroids use and campaigned for former President George W. Bush.
From a Thanksgiving dinner in 2003 at his Arizona ...
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