Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling, a three-time World Series champion, pitched for the Red Sox from 2004-08. Curt and his wife Shonda have raised money to fight ALS (, encouraged awareness for sun protection ( and announced their support for the Asperger's Association of New England ( after their third child was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.

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Stacking up the Red Sox and Yankees

Offseason moves put Red Sox just ahead of their rivals from the Bronx.

Sox losing a great one in John Farrell

Make no mistake, the Red Sox are losing a great one in John Farrell.

We'll never see a team like '04 Sox

Curt Schilling says there will never be another team like the 2004 Red Sox.

Mailbag: 'What if' questions and more

Mailbag: 'What if' questions on the Red Sox postseason chances and more.

Selfish players just don't get it

For most ballplayers, there comes a day when you realize what it's all about.

Mailbag: Disappointing season

Thoughts on a disappointing season, Josh Beckett's health and more.

Mailbag: Clay Buchholz can improve

Thoughts on Jonathan Papelbon, Josh Beckett, John Lackey

Mailbag: Francona, Ellsbury and more

Thoughts on Terry Francona, Jacoby Ellsbury and more.

Mailbag: Deadline thoughts and more

Thoughts on the trade deadline, the Sox's chances to make the playoffs and more.

Mailbag: Thoughts on Lackey and more

Thoughts on John Lackey, how the Sox can overcome their injuries and more.

Mailbag: Right now, give edge to Yanks

Why Yankees have edge over Red Sox and why Youk is underappreciated.

Selig blows chance to make it right

Not reversing perfect game call a big swing and miss by Bud Selig.

Examining the toll of a rivalry

Numbers hint that Red Sox handle intensity of rivalry better than Yankees.

Why plate discipline is winning strategy

Why plate discipline is a winning strategy for the Red Sox and Yankees.

How offensive output affects pitchers

Not scoring consistently could take its toll on Red Sox starters, relievers.