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Schilling goes four

Posted by Steve Silva, Boston.com Staff  March 8, 2007 02:30 PM

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Curt Schilling became the first Sox starter to go more than three innings this spring, pitching four at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers this afternoon.

We listened to the game on the Twins Radio Network (TRN) on MLB.com this afternoon.

Schilling gave up just a lone run in the first inning, when Torii Hunter doubled home Joe Mauer with two outs. Schilling bounced back with 1-2-3 innings in the second and third.

In the fourth inning, Schilling gave up a one-out walk in a 10-pitch at-bat to Hunter, the first walk Schilling surrendered on the day. He struck out two of the 15 batters he faced, and left the game trailing 1-0 as Devern Hansack is in for the fifth inning.

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