Schilling debuts at Sunday opener
Curt Schilling has joined ESPN as a baseball analyst. The six-time All-Star and three-time World Series champion will contribute to ESPNBoston.com, ESPN.com, ESPN Radio and "Baseball Tonight."
The former pitcher, who won titles with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Boston Red Sox, made his debut during "Baseball Tonight's" coverage of the MLB opener between the Red Sox and the New York Yankees on Sunday.
Schilling pitched for five teams during 20 seasons in the big leagues including the Baltimore Orioles (1988-90), Houston Astros (1991), Philadelphia Phillies (1992-2000), Diamondbacks (2000-03) and Red Sox (2004-07).
Schilling retired in 2009 with 216 career wins, 3,116 strikeouts and a 3.46 ERA.
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