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Curt Schilling

47-Year-Old Pitcher – Free Agent

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Curt Schilling Contract Information:

Agreed to a one-year, $8 million contract with Boston in Nov. of 2007. The deal includes $5 million in bonuses and incentives.

March 23, 2009  –  Curt Schilling News

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Schilling has announced his retirement, the Boston Globe reports. "This party has officially ended," said Schilling. "After being blessed to experience 23 years of playing professional baseball in front of the world's best fans in so many different places, it is with zero regrets that I am making my retirement official."

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Curt Schilling Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS SH IP H ER HR K BB W L SV BS HLD ERA WHIP
2005 38 AAA PAW 6 3 0 19.0 27 14 3 21 3 0 2 0 6.63 1.58
2005 38 MAJ BOS 32 11 0 93.3 121 59 12 87 22 8 8 9 5.69 1.53
2006 39 MAJ BOS 31 31 0 204.0 220 90 28 183 28 15 7 0 3.97 1.22
2007 40 AAA PAW 3 3 0 15.0 8 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.53
2007 40 MAJ BOS 24 24 1 151.0 165 65 21 101 23 9 8 0 3.87 1.25
Career  (View All)     569 436 20 3,261.0 2,998 1,253 347 3,116 711 216 146 22 3.46 1.14

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Curt Schilling Split Stats    (View Full Split Stats)

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Curt Schilling Advanced Stats
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Year Age Lg Tm G GS IP K/9 BB/9 K/BB HR/9 GB/FB Ratio Strand % Fastball ERA FIP BABIP
2005 38 AAA PAW 6 3 19.0 9.95 1.42 7.00 1.42 59.3% 6.63 3.52 .424
2005 38 MAJ BOS 32 11 93.3 8.39 2.12 3.95 1.16 64.1% 5.69 3.74 .382
2006 39 MAJ BOS 31 31 204.0 8.07 1.24 6.54 1.24 1.01 71.8% 3.97 3.62 .329
2007 40 AAA PAW 3 3 15.0 10.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 100% 0.00 0.80 .248
2007 40 MAJ BOS 24 24 151.0 6.02 1.37 4.39 1.25 0.82 73.7% 3.87 4.14 .307
Career     569 436 3,261.0 8.60 1.96 4.38 0.96 73.1% 3.46 3.35 .304

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Curt Schilling: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

The Cubs have not ruled out the possibility of signing Schilling to a low-base, one-year contract, the Chicago Tribune reports. He probably wouldn't be ready to pitch until June or July because he had shoulder surgery last summer.

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Schilling (shoulder) told the Orlando Sentinel on Saturday that he may be interested in pitching for the Cubs or Rays.

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Schilling (shoulder) has officially filed for free agency.

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Schilling, who underwent season-ending shoulder surgery on June 23, said in an interview with Sporting News that he might try to pitch in 2009 under the right circumstances, perhaps a half season, the Associated Press reports. "I won’t come back for a full season, that much I know. If I do decide to come back I would work to the point I was ready and somewhere around May 1 let the teams know I wanted to pitch the second half," he said.

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Schilling (shoulder) has begun the rehabilitation process for his right shoulder after surgery, the Associated Press reports.

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Schilling (shoulder) will make a decision on his future based on how well his rehab goes, the Boston Globe reports.

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Dr. Craig Morgan performed Schilling's surgery on Monday and said that the procedure went even better than expected, the Boston Herald reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Curt Schilling.

2009

Other than his decision to file for free agency, there's nothing about Schilling to suggest he plans on pitching this season. Schilling recently signed a deal to become a baseball analyst/blogger at a local radio station's Web site, suggesting he might be ready to retire. After missing all of last season with a biceps/shoulder injury, the 42-year-old Schilling faces a large uphill climb back to the majors.

2008

Schilling showed his age in 2007, and so did his fastball. No longer able to blow his heater by hitters, Schilling had to rely on locating his pitches, but wasn't always able to do so effectively. A mid-season injury forced him to rest and preserved him for later in the season when he posted a 3.34 ERA and 1.059 WHIP after the All-Star break. He'll be Boston's third or fourth starter in 2008, and the team will likely find extra days of rest for him on occasion.

2007

While he is no longer the Curt Schilling of 2002 or 2004, Schilling remains a quality pitcher at the age of 40. His impeccable control yielded a nearly 6:1 K:BB in 2006, and kept his ERA below 4.00. One point of concern is the 28 home runs that Schilling allowed, but his low walk rate mitigated the damage. Barring injury, he should continue to strike batters out, keep his bases on balls down, and win games with a potent Red Sox lineup backing him. We wouldn't suggest grabbing Schilling in the early rounds of fantasy drafts, but he should make a very solid mid-round pickup in 2007.

2006

As heroic as 2004 was for him, Schilling's 2005 was disappointing. His famous ankle did not recover from offseason surgery nearly as quickly as expected, and he worked primarily out of the bullpen. Make no mistake about it, Schilling is still considered Boston's No. 1 starter, but we need to get a good look at him this spring.

2005

The biggest and most obvious concern with Schilling is how his ankle responds to offseason surgery. He could miss the start of the season, but will be Boston's No. 1 starter when he returns. At 38, Schilling is not experiencing any significant decline. If healthy he's one of the top starters in baseball, so watch his status closely this spring.

2004

Schilling lost about a dozen starts to injuries in 2003, and he got awful run support (only three runs per game) when he did pitch, so if you just look at the won-loss numbers, you'd think Schilling was over the hill. However, remember that his 2003 injuries weren't mechanics-related (an appendectomy, and then a broken bone in his hand while fielding a liner), so all of the important components of Schilling's motion -- elbow, shoulder, plant leg -- are all just fine. In addition, we think the ultra-competitive Schilling will love his new environment in Boston, where he'll get to face his two favorite dancers, Destiny and Aura, as many as six times a year. Bid high with confidence.

2003

Counting the postseason, Schilling is a combined 49-13, 2.96 over the past two seasons, averaging 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings. Schilling turned 36 in the offseason, and had some less-than-stellar outings down the stretch in 2002 that led to whispers that he was either hiding an arm in jury or tipping his pitches. However, after the season Schilling admitted that he'd simply worn down late in the year and that he'd let his weight creep over 230 during the season. He undertook a more intensive workout program in the offseason, and if he's healthy, that's good enough for us. We'll caution you Schilling has pitched 560 innings over the past two years, including the D-Backs' 2001 World Series run.