Curt's New Pitch

Curt's New Pitch

11.1.04: US President George W. Bush (left) listens to World Series Championship Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling as he introduces him to the crowd during a campaign rally at ABX Air Hangar 01 November 2004

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Maybe Not Four More Years, But Curt Schilling
Announced This Morning He Will Pitch in 2008

“I'm in discussions with the Red Sox, we had talked last week and there's a lot going on obviously right now, but where I'm going to play beyond 2007 ... I hope it's Boston. This is where I want to play and in the days leading up to spring training we'll figure it out one way or the other. If I go into this season without a contract from the Red Sox then I will go out and find a home for 2008." -- 1.29.08, Curt Schilling on not retiring

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