Eight is Enough

Schwept Away

Red Sox starting pitcher Curt Schilling, left, hands the ball over to manager Terry Francona as he leaves a baseball game against the Kansas City Royals in the eighth inning Thursday, Aug. 10, 2006, in Kansas City, Mo. The Royals rallied for three runs in the eighth inning to beat Schilling and the Red Sox 5-4.

(AP Photo)

Eight is Enough ...

... For Schilling to Get Cuffed in Kan'tsas City
It's a Royal Flush as KC Calls Tito's Bluff
Stumble Bums Choke at Kauffman Stadium Again
It's All Broom and Gloom, 5-4

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Et Tu, Curte?: Schilling Didn't Step Up and Be the Stopper During Go Time
A Record Performance, An Imperfect 10: Extra Base Hits Extra for Curt
Wily Mo Power: Pena's Stock on the Rise With Another Mammoth Homer
While Bronson Cornrroyo Comes Back to Earth, Can't Get Win No. 10 Again
Young, Strong Jon Papelbon Couldn't Come On to Get Five Outs?

"I think I gave up 11 hits. I didn't give up a single till the last hit of the game." -- 8.10.06, Curt 'Nuf Said Schilling at

"... And I know it's the Red Sox' fault." -- 8.10.06, Jimmy 'Nuf Said Buffett at the Tweeter Center

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Eric Wilbur: Broken Records | SI.com: Beckett's Trial by Fire
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BDD is a feature of Boston.com. All posts are by Steve Silva unless otherwise indicated.

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