The outspoken Schilling was traded to Boston from the Arizona Diamondbacks after the 2003 season, which featured a highly-publicized Thanksgiving day recruiting visit from Theo Epstein. Schilling immediately made his presence felt in Boston on the airwaves, on the Internet, and most importantly on the field. Schilling went 21-6 in '04 and is best remembered for his gutsy performance in Game 6 of the ALCS in New York, where he pitched on a badly-injured right ankle. He said he would bring a ring to Boston, and he did in 2004 when he helped the Sox sweep the Cardinals. The injury-plagued Schilling struggled in 2005, bounced back to 15-7 in 2006, and closed out his career with a 9-8 record in 2007. Schilling won three World Series championships with three different teams. He's also raised millions to fight Lou Gehrig's disease and he now runs an online gaming company in New England.
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