Schilling out for Season, Career in Jeopardy

Friday, June 20, 2008

Curt Schilling will undergo season-ending and possibly career ending surgery on Monday following a failed rehab attempt. Schilling was quoted as saying, "My season is over and there is a pretty decent chance I have thrown my last pitch forever," on WEEI radio in Boston. This is sad news for baseball fans everywhere as one of the top pitchers of this generation may be done forever. Hopefully the surgery goes smoothly and Schilling can make an easy and fast recovery.

3 comments:

Dan da Man 1:47 PM CDT  

How is this sad for all baseball curt was a good pitcher and great in the PS but he never shut his mouth and he needed a muzzle

Bucky, NY 4:45 PM CDT  

Regardless of what hes said, you cant take away that he was a big game pitcher and won all his games in the Steriod era. Depending on who goes in with him, he is a first ballot HOF. Imagine this class.

Maddox,Glavine,Smoltz,Schilling

Dan da Man 7:23 PM CDT  

He might be a HOF player but he doesnt belong to be first ballot