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Tony's Top 5: Curt Schilling's most memorable games in Boston

Posted by Tony Massarotti, Globe Staff  March 23, 2009 12:38 PM

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Tony's Top 5

Curt Schilling's Most Memorable Games in Boston

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July 14, 2005. Schilling debuts as Sox closer and gives up two in the ninth of an 8-6 loss to the Yankees.
4
Sept. 21, 2004. Schilling strikes out 14 and hands a 1-0 lead to Keith Foulke, who blows the save against Baltimore.
3
June 7, 2007. Schilling pitches a no-no for 8-2/3 before Oakland's Shannon Stewart singles to right.
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Oct. 25, 2007. In Game 2 of the World Series, Schilling went 5-1/3 innings in a 2-1 win over Colorado.
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Oct. 19, 2004. The original "bloody sock" game at Yankee Stadium. Final score: Red Sox 4, Yankees 2. History in the making.

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Favorite blog entries

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The final chapter on Teixeira and How Red Sox pitchers work the strike zone Jan. 7, 2009 and July 17, 2009. Some actual reporting – an obsession with Mark Teixeira and the art of pitching.
4
For 2011 Red Sox, there was plenty of blame to go around Oct. 1, 2011. The disgraceful collapse of the Red Sox stoked the fire in all of us.
3
Behind Garnett and James, Celtics and Heat are digging in June 4, 2012. Improbably, the Celtics pushed the Heat to the limit.
2
Thrill is back for Patriots Jan. 30, 2012. Another Super Bowl has even Bill Belichick musing.
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You’ve got to believe June 15, 2011. On the morning of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals, we all had reason to believe.
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Tony Massarotti is a Globe sportswriter and has been writing about sports in Boston for the last 19 years. A lifelong Bostonian, Massarotti graduated from Waltham High School and Tufts University. He was voted the Massachusetts Sportswriter of the Year by his peers in 2000 and 2008 and has been a finalist for the award on several other occasions. This blog won a 2008 EPpy award for "Best Sports Blog".

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