Cheap Shot?

Cheap Shot?

Red Sox infielder Kevin Millar takes a sip of a

Millar May Be Off the 'Backstabber' Hook
as Schilling Speaks Frankly on Foulke

10.4, Curt Schilling on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan

Gerry Callahan: “Do you know why Keith Foulke wouldn’t want to be there (on Sunday), with all the celebration in the middle of that fun, even though he struggled this year, hell you struggled this year, and you had as much fun as anyone. Can you understand why a teammate wouldn’t want to be part of that?

Curt Schilling: “No………………………… (heh) no.”

GC: Was it as much fun as it looked?

CS: Champagne? Yeah. You know what made it fun for me? Having Kap there.

GC: We were talking about that on Monday. There’s Kapler, limping in, he’s gotta sit down at a table, talk about a guy who’s had a rough time, and he wouldn’t miss it. I don’t understand why Foulke wouldn’t just hang out for a few days (rumored to have flown to Bermuda), I realize he’s gotta go and rehab and all that but just to play it out…

CS: Yeah, no, I don’t know. He’s got reasons. And those are his own, but…. You know, I don’t know. I can’t answer that for you.”

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