Schilling walk the walk

Two for 'Tiz

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David Gets Back to Being Goliath. Schilling Too.

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"I've been fighting myself for a while now. I am human. You can put yourself in a rut sometimes without actually needing to be in one or deserving to be in one, and I have been so inconsistent and frustrated with a lot of different things, and fighting that on a daily basis." -- Never satisfied (good) Curt Schilling

Big Curt bounces back after early bombs, and
Good Sox win a one-run game for a change 4-3

Long ball puts White Sox on the short end of the stick


Schilling Walks the Walk Tonight

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And Talks About it Later

BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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