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Total Pro Sports – After an illustrious 23 year career, four World Series and three World Championships, Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has officially announced he is retiring from the game of baseball, via his blog.
I am and always will be more grateful than any of you could ever possibly know.
I want to offer two special thank you’s.
To my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for granting me the ability to step between the lines for 23 years and compete against the best players in the world.
To my wife Shonda and my four children, Gehrig, Gabriella, Grant and Garrison for sacrificing their lives and allowing baseball to be mine while I played. Without their unquestioned support I would not have been able to do what I did, or enjoy the life, and I am hopefully going to live long enough to repay them as much as a Father and Husband can. [38 Pitches]
Thank you for the memories Curt you will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest pitchers in MLB history. All the best during you retirement.