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White Sox deny report

'Schilling' surgery never performed

Newcomer Sean Casey carried his bats and first baseman's mitts into camp. But don't give him an outfielder's glove, he warned. Newcomer Sean Casey carried his bats and first baseman's mitts into camp. But don't give him an outfielder's glove, he warned. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Gordon Edes and Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / February 21, 2008

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After spending more than a day checking with their medical personnel and reviewing their medical records, the Chicago White Sox say none of their players, either on the major league or minor league level, has undergone the type of surgical procedure Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling believes he needs to keep pitching. (Full article: 1046 words)

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