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Curt Schilling can reach 5-0 if he beats Cleveland tonight; he lost to the Indians in his only time facing them as a Red Sox.
Curt Schilling can reach 5-0 if he beats Cleveland tonight; he lost to the Indians in his only time facing them as a Red Sox. (Jim McIsaac / Getty Images) Jim McIsaac / Getty Images
By Chris Snow
Globe Staff / April 25, 2006

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A year ago, Curt Schilling recorded his fifth win on Aug. 19, pulling even at 5-5. Tonight, three weeks and one day into the 2006 season, he can reach a major league-leading 5-0. That would position Schilling in the company of only two other Red Sox pitchers. (Full article: 758 words)

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