Curt Schilling says no team in last 20 years has 'won clean'

Posted by Matt Pepin, Boston.com Staff  July 7, 2011 08:24 AM

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Curt Schilling, the former Red Sox pitcher who never met a microphone he didn't like, gave the talk radio boys in Philadelphia a real gem yesterday.

"There isn't a team in the last 20 years that has won clean," he said, according to The Sporting News.

Schilling also thinks there's a lot less cheating in baseball these days. Of course, there's also a lot more testing now, too.

“The unfortunate part for me, when I look back on this, and the changes on the game, that’s what’s going to carry through my generation. The best hitter of my generation [Barry Bonds] and, arguably, the best pitcher of my generation [Roger Clemens] are cheaters and trying to stay out of jail,” Schilling said during an interview on 97.5 The Fanatic.

Schilling also spoke with the Globe's Names columnists yesterday, to discuss the upcoming sale of some of his baseball memorabilia to benefit a charity.

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