Wednesday, June 20, 2007

GOOD NEWS About Schill........

This is from the Herald, just now...the entire article is there for you by clicking on this post's title....here we go.......

ATLANTA - "Curt Schilling's exit out of town wasn’t good news for the Red Sox.....
After suffering through one of the most ineffective starts of his career, Schilling was sent back to Boston yesterday to undergo tests on his right pitching shoulder, including an MRI.
According to a source last night, the MRI showed no structural damage. ****Peter here, and YES!!!!!****
Schilling had been bothered by discomfort in his shoulder in the days leading up to Monday night’s start, according to a clubhouse source. The feeling evidently continued into the 4 1/3-inning appearance against the Atlanta Braves during a 9-4 loss.
“I think we knew going into the start he wasn’t feeling like a spring chicken,” Red Sox manager Terry Francona said before last night’s game at Turner Field. “I could probably go through 100 starts with him like that. Again, you certainly watch and maybe even sometimes closer. That’s why we wanted to get him checked. He’s pretty good about telling us how he feels. They don’t always have to tell you, but his body language between innings was a little different than normal. He looked like he was thinking about a lot of different things.
Francona said after last night’s game that Schilling will be re-evaluated by the Red Sox medical staff Friday. The hurler is scheduled to pitch Sunday in San Diego, getting an extra day off because of Thursday’s off day."

Peter here, and I told you, good news or bad, I'd be here for you. I am!!!! And I always will be. And this latest Schill news is GOOD news. I hope he rests for a couple weeks, if he needs that long a rest. Thank goodness. So far, it wasn't deadly news. We'll be fine. Get well, Curt. And maybe hello Jon Lester.....Red Sox Forever. And click on the title for more about Curt.

2 Comments:

At 6/20/2007 10:22 PM, Blogger Carol said...

Thumbs up - Thanks Peter!

 
At 6/21/2007 7:26 AM, Blogger Peter N said...

You're welcome...I love this.

 

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