Curt Schilling hinted at a possible comeback on his personal Twitter page on Sunday.
Curt Schilling announced Monday that he's retiring, writing on his blog that "this party has officially ended."
Curt Schilling indicated that he could soon make a decision on whether to attempt a comeback during the 2009 season.
Curt Schilling said Monday that he'd consider pitching for the Diamondbacks next season.
Dr. Craig Morgan said Wednesday that Curt Schilling would have been ready to pitch in the playoffs if the Red Sox had let him undergo offseason surgery on his injured shoulder.
Curt Schilling said Monday that he'd retire if he had to make a decision now, but is considering coming back from shoulder surgery to pitch the second half of next season.
Curt Schilling wrote in his blog Friday that "the pendulum is swinging very heavily in the direction of it just being over."
Curt Schilling revealed Tuesday that he had a physical altercation with Manny Ramirez in 2005.
Curt Schilling (shoulder surgery) said Monday that he hasn't decided whether to try to play baseball again.
Curt Schilling (shoulder surgery) said on WEEI on Wednesday that he hasn't ruled out a return to the major leagues.
No major rotator cuff damage was found during Curt Schilling's shoulder surgery on Monday, but he did have his labrum repaired along with his biceps tendon injury.
Curt Schilling told WEEI that he'll have surgery on his right shoulder on Monday, and that his season - and possibly career - is over.
Curt Schilling will have his right shoulder examined tomorrow in Boston by Dr. Thomas Gill.
Curt Schilling was told to take a few days off after a "sluggish" bullpen session on Friday.