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Nothing was coming up aces

By Gordon Edes
April 24, 2005

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Since Curt Schilling first put on the uniform, the Red Sox have scored five or more runs for him 19 times in the regular season. Their record in those games: 19-0, including a Patriots Day rout of the Blue Jays. If Red were around, he would have been lighting his cigar in the fifth inning. (Full article: 831 words)

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