Pitcher Curt Schilling Retires After 20 Seasons


After 20 years of pitching in Major League Baseball, Curt Schilling has decided to call his career an end. The right-handed pitcher was a big part of the Philadelphia Phillies success during the 90’s and had good outings with Arizona (World Series Title in 2001) and Boston. He said that her has not “regrets” in making this hard decision. He also has the best postseason winning percentage at .846 with an 11-2 record.

~Signing Off~

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