Schilling’s wife declares retired pitcher’s chemo ‘officially done’

Curt Schilling won three World Series rings, one with the D-backs ('01) and two with the Red Sox ('04 & '07).

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Curt Schilling’s wife relayed some positive news about the former major-league pitcher’s battle with cancer.

Shonda Schilling tweeted Tuesday that Schilling is "officially done" with chemotherapy and has just three radiation sessions left.

Schilling announced in February that he has cancer, and he had surgery to treat it shortly thereafter.

Schilling, 47, pitched for the Orioles (1988-90), Astros (’91), Phillies (’92-00) D-backs (’01-03) and Red Sox (’04-07). The six-time All-Star recorded 3,116 strikeouts (ranking 15th all time) and 216 wins (82nd all time) with a 3.46 ERA during his 20-year major-league career.

Schilling was drafted in the second round of the 1986 draft by the Red Sox and traded in July of 1988 with Brady Anderson to the Orioles in 1988 for Mike Boddicker.

The right-hander won three World Series rings — one with the D-backs (’01) and two with the Red Sox (’04 and ’07) — and was the 2001 World Series MVP with Arizona. In seven World Series games — all starts — he was 4-1 with a 2.06 ERA, winning a game apiece in ’01, ’04 and ’07, while going 1-1 when the Phillies lost to the Blue Jays in ’93.

His composite postseason record is 11-2 with a 2.23 ERA.  


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