Why retire? Curt Schilling and a handful of fellow quadragenarian hurlers still have a lot to give -- and a lot to earn.
Curt Schilling looked a lot like his old self in his Opening Day start against the Rangers.
Curt Schilling will serve as the Red Sox's de facto closer as long as Keith Foulke is sidelined.
The Red Sox had low expectations for Wade Miller this year, but he's quickly become indispensable, says Sean McAdam.
Can Curt Schilling remain dominant despite his ankle injury? It's among our key World Series questions.
With a dominant Curt Schilling as the No. 1 starter, the Red Sox enter the postseason in good hands.
Curt Schilling has exceeded expectations so far in Boston. The hard part, however, could be just ahead.
Pedro Martinez and Derek Lowe have joined Curt Schilling and Randy Johnson as a dynamic duo, but is it enough?