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  1. Injury talk: Key pitchers to track

    Stephania Bell

    Stephania Bell offers up several key pitchers who are returning from injury and gives her "diagnosis" as to whether you should want them or not.

    Story | Conversation | February 11, 2008
  2. Dr. HQ: Schilling not quite right

    Rick Wilton

    Rick Wilton of BaseballHQ.com looks at the latest injury news around the majors and notes that Curt Schilling isn't missing bats.

    Story | Conversation | August 19, 2007
  3. Sixty Feet, Six Inches: Pitcher injuries

    Sean Allen

    Sean Allen the recent rash of injuries involving starting pitchers.

    Story | Conversation | June 21, 2007
  4. Daily Notes: Sheets faces Mets

    Tristan H. Cockcroft

    Our daily notes examine the matchups of the day ahead and where the advantages are for fantasy.

    Story | Conversation | May 11, 2007
  5. Daily Notes: Rain threatens Yankees-Rangers

    David Young

    Our daily notes examine the matchups of the day ahead and where the advantages are for fantasy.

    Story | Conversation | April 30, 2007
  6. Daily Notes: Runs will be scored at Minnesota

    Tristan Cockcroft

    Our daily notes examine the matchups of the day ahead and where the advantages are for fantasy.

    Story | Conversation | April 24, 2007
  7. Boston Tee-Off Party

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Thursday will not go down as one of the better moments in Curt Schilling's career. On the bright side, the Red Sox can only hope it gets better from here. Schilling's line: 5 IP, 9 H, 6 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 1 HBP. He threw 82 pitches, 58 for strikes (70.7...

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  8. Red Socked

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Is it finally time for Red Sox right-hander Curt Schilling to move back into the rotation? On Monday, he blew his second save in 11 chances, surrendering three runs on four hits in one inning to take the loss against the Tigers. He has now allowed se...

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  9. Curt's Shelling

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    While the word "shelling" to describe Red Sox closer Curt Schilling's outing Monday might seem a bit extreme, the fact remains he now has two losses, a 2-for-3 save conversion rate and a 4.15 ERA in seven appearances since his return from an ankle in...

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  10. D-Train Brings His 'A' Game

    Tristan Cockcroft ESPN Fantasy Games

    Yesterday might have been an ordinary Wednesday in the world of fantasy baseball, except that two of the game's most dominant pitchers, the Cubs' Mark Prior and the Red Sox's Curt Schilling, were making their returns from the disabled list in their f...

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  11. FLB Preseason Rankings: Starters

    Brandon Funston

    Brandon Funston breaks down each position heading for the FLB '04 season.

    Story | Conversation | February 23, 2004
  12. Good Start

    So you were worried about the Diamondbacks catching the Giants? Well, while that doesn't appear possible now, since San Fran has an 11-game lead, don't blame fantasy saviors Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling. Johnson has started twice since coming off...

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  13. Comings and Goings

    Does this count as a rehab assignment? After getting knocked around by the Giants in his first start of the disabled list, Curt Schilling settled in against the Padres on Thursday. Considering the Padres pound out hits with all the regularity of Chum...

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  14. Arms Race

    Curt Schilling and Pedro Martinez are on the disabled list. Randy Johnson won't be back until after Bud Selig's next All-Star extravaganza. And Greg Maddux is only just starting to dig himself out of a hole bigger than the one in Sammy Sosa's bats. B...

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  15. On the Verge

    Anyone who watched the Beverly Hills 90210 reunion on Fox now knows a good thing can't last forever. Stars like Barry Bonds, Curt Schilling and even Greg Maddux have something left in the tank, but Thursday's games featured any number of players wait...

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  16. Mound Magic

    Curt Schilling struck out 316 batters and walked just 33 last season, one of the more astounding ratios in recent memory. But Javier Vazquez is threatening to make a 10:1 ratio look commonplace. After striking out 12 without issuing a walk against Mi...

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