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Curt Schilling's Game 6 "bloody sock" performance is a timeless classic

I feel like I keep raving about how awesome the Red Sox’ 2004 postseason was, but that’s only because it really was one for the ages. 375 more words

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Trading with A Cracked Bat, part 2

While Julie, over at A Cracked Bat, is probably in mourning, I am in very good spirits thanks to her generosity.  She recently sent me three team bags full of Red Sox players and a few catchers to boot.  354 more words

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Schilling wants laptop returned

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The wife of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has fought for the return of a personal computer purchased at auction. 106 more words


Snakebitten in the Desert

by Andrew Doscas

They say that time heals all wounds, but “they” couldn’t be any more wrong.  Time may close the gaping hole in your chest, but it still leaves a scar right where your heart was torn out from.  2,718 more words

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A Tribute to Curt Schilling

This is an outdated piece and my response to the original announcement by pitcher Curt Schilling when he opened up about his cancer. This my tribute to the man who gave us the Bloody Sock, the first World Series in Arizona Diamonbacks’ history, and some great seasons on very bad Philadelphia Phillies teams where I knew him first. 801 more words

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