A Schill Wind Blows

4/16/06   Red Sox starting pitcher Josh Beckett getting a hand shake from Curt Schilling after Beckett pitched 7 innings against the Mariners at Fenway Park on Sunday April 16, 2006. Matthew J. Lee, Globe staff
(Globe File)

Those Were the Days My Friend, We Thought They'd Never End

And Beckett Fires Back

"I haven't seen him around here where he would know that much. [You talk to him?] ... No." -- Josh Beckett hasn't seen Curt Schilling snooping around for snitching opportunities

Friday: Schilling Breaks Silence, Calls Into Big Show to Keep Story Line Going
Josh 'I'll Take the Limo' Beckett Rips ESPNSchill for Ill Will
The New and Improved Josh 'Henny Youngman' Beckett Pops Up on The Big Show
Image Control Alert! For the First Time in 6 Years, Beckett Returns to the Airways
Finn: Schilling Does an About Face from Playing Days

"Absolutely zero chance of this ever happening, less than zero actually." -- Curt Schilling to BDD when asked if he would consider a stint in the media, e.g. Baseball Tonight, after retirement, July 9, 2007

"I havenít seen [Schilling] around this year. Is he one of our pitchers? I havenít seen him around this year. I didnít know he was going to be one of our pitchers. [WEEI's Glenn Ordway: He's gone to the dark side] Thatís fine. I havenít seen him around here. Iíd think if somebody knew that much theyíd probably be a little bit closer to it... Gameís a lot easier from over there [at ESPN]. As far as [Schilling] speaking about how things are being run here? I havenít seen him around here to where he would know that much." -- Beckett on Schilling on WEEI's Big Show


Things That Make You Go, Hmmmm

Josh Beckett - Stop Snitching
(BDD Photo Illustration)

Who's Snitching to Schill?

Schilling's Big Slam on Bobby V: 'It's Going Bad Quicker Than I Expected'
And Congratulations to Schilling on the Red Sox Hall of Fame Nod

"There's a lot of things I think that are happening not just from his perspective, but when you talk to these guys -- and I'm still talking to some of these guys -- I don't think this is going well. And I think it's going bad quicker than I expected it to." -- Schilling on WEEI's Mut & Merloni show

Schilling: The big story yesterday was that Josh Beckett took a limo home from the game [from Bradenton], ... but the first week of spring training, Bobby V said that everybody has to take the bus... -- Schill throwing Beckett under the bus [cough] on ESPN last week

"Schilling was here [in Florida]? When? ... Nevermind." -- Peter Gammons on Schilling on WEEI

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