Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling, a three-time World Series champion, pitched for the Red Sox from 2004-08. Curt and his wife Shonda have raised money to fight ALS (www.curtspitch.com), encouraged awareness for sun protection (www.shadefoundation.org) and announced their support for the Asperger's Association of New England (www.aane.org) after their third child was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.

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Stacking up the Red Sox and Yankees

Offseason moves put Red Sox just ahead of their rivals from the Bronx.

Sox losing a great one in John Farrell

Make no mistake, the Red Sox are losing a great one in John Farrell.

We'll never see a team like '04 Sox

Curt Schilling says there will never be another team like the 2004 Red Sox.

Mailbag: 'What if' questions and more

Mailbag: 'What if' questions on the Red Sox postseason chances and more.

Selfish players just don't get it

For most ballplayers, there comes a day when you realize what it's all about.

Mailbag: Disappointing season

Thoughts on a disappointing season, Josh Beckett's health and more.

Mailbag: Clay Buchholz can improve

Thoughts on Jonathan Papelbon, Josh Beckett, John Lackey

Mailbag: Francona, Ellsbury and more

Thoughts on Terry Francona, Jacoby Ellsbury and more.

Mailbag: Deadline thoughts and more

Thoughts on the trade deadline, the Sox's chances to make the playoffs and more.

Mailbag: Thoughts on Lackey and more

Thoughts on John Lackey, how the Sox can overcome their injuries and more.

Mailbag: Right now, give edge to Yanks

Why Yankees have edge over Red Sox and why Youk is underappreciated.

Selig blows chance to make it right

Not reversing perfect game call a big swing and miss by Bud Selig.

Examining the toll of a rivalry

Numbers hint that Red Sox handle intensity of rivalry better than Yankees.

Why plate discipline is winning strategy

Why plate discipline is a winning strategy for the Red Sox and Yankees.

How offensive output affects pitchers

Not scoring consistently could take its toll on Red Sox starters, relievers.