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BOSTON -- Curt Schilling will have surgery on his ailing shoulder Monday, ending his season and possibly his career.

 

The 41-year-old Boston Red Sox right-hander will have the operation after a rehabilitation program preferred by the team failed to fix the tendon injury that sparked a spring training dispute between doctors about how to treat it.

 

"My season is over and there is a pretty decent chance I have thrown my last pitch forever," Schilling said Friday on WEEI radio in Boston.

 

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I'd say he'll make it, probably not first-ballot though.

 

If he's judged soley on his overall #'s I think he falls just short. Tommy John & Bert (be home) Blyleven have better career #'s & they're not in (yet). W/ that said, I'd put his post-season #'s up against anyone's in the history of the game &, if he ultimately gets in, it will be his post-season performances that get him there...Personally I'll be pulling for him...:thumb:

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