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Sources: Schilling out until at least All-Star break

Seen in the crowd at the Celtics-Wizards game at the TD Banknorth Garden on Jan. 14 was Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, seated with his wife Shonda as they stand during the National Anthem. (Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis) Seen in the crowd at the Celtics-Wizards game at the TD Banknorth Garden on Jan. 14 was Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, seated with his wife Shonda as they stand during the National Anthem.
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / February 8, 2008

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Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling will not have shoulder surgery for what is believed to be a partial tear of his rotator cuff, despite the recommendation of the doctor who operated on the shoulder in 1995, and will follow the more conservative course prescribed by Sox medical director Thomas Gill after the club and player agreed to submit to yesterday's ... (Full article: 917 words)

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