On This Day In Baseball History: October 26, 2004

Curt Schilling

 

Boston Red Sox starter Curt Schilling wins Game 2 of the World Series against the Cardinals becoming the first starter to win a World Series game for three different teams. During his career Schilling also pitched the Phillies and Diamondbacks to World Series victories. Known to pitch his best on the games biggest stage he posted a career postseason ERA of 2.23 over 133 1/3 postseason innings, striking out 120 batters while walking only 25, with a record of 11-2. He was an instrumental part of the 2004 Red Sox that finally broke the curse of the Bambino and brought a World Championship back to Boston.

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