An emotional Red Sox starting pitcher Curt Schilling tips his cap to the crowd (perhaps for the last time in Boston) as he leaves the game in the sixth inning.
Boston Globe File Photo / Jim Davis)

But We'll Never Forget What He Did for the Red Sox,
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Schilling to Have Surgery Monday; Done for Season and Possibly Career
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"I don't want it to end this way, but if this is the way it has to end, I'm OK with that. If it's over and my last pitch was in the 2007 World Series, I'm OK with that. I just can't stress enough where I am mentally with this. I have not a regret in the world. ... None of this makes me bitter or angry or pissed. It is what it is. In that sense, honestly, it's very, very easy for me because of what I've been able to experience compared to what I wanted when I first started my career, but if I have some say in how this is gonna end, I want it to be different than what it is right now." -- 6.20.08, Curt Schilling ... on what could be the end

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