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Curt Schilling
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Baseball Player
    (November 14, 1966- )
    Originally drafted in the second round by the Boston Red Sox (1986)
    Pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles (1988-90), Houston Astros (1991-91), Philadelphia Phillies (1992-2000), Arizona Diamondbacks (2000-03) and Boston Red Sox (2004-2007)
    Career record of 216-146
    Career ERA of 3.46
    3,116 career strike outs
    His middle name is Montague.
    All of his children's names start with the letter G (Gehrig, Grant, Gabriella).
    His favorite TV show is 'Everybody Loves Raymond.'
    He considers himself a World War II history buff.
    Although having a good relationship with the Arizona Diamondback organization, fans and players, he accepted a trade to the Boston Red Sox.
    He used his World Series victory to endorse George W. Bush.
    He claimed that he stood to lose $50 million of his own money after his video game company, 38 studios, defaulted on its loan from the state of Rhode Island and laid off all its employees (May 29, 2012).
    He was a military brat.
    His oldest baseball related memory was Bucky Dent's home run against the Boston Red Sox (1978).
    He named his oldest son, Gehrig, after baseball great Lou Gehrig.
    He's a six-time All-Star.
    He won the 1993 National League Championship Series MVP Award.
    He and Randy Johnson shared the World Series MVP Award (2001).
    He won 20+ games in 2001 and 2002.
    He waived his no-trade clause with the Diamondbacks so he could be traded to the Red Sox for a chance to end the Curse of the Bambino (2003).
    After being traded to Boston, he wrote a good-bye letter to the Diamondback fans thanking them for their support.
    He owns over 2,000 World War II related books.
    He runs a foundation dedicated to curing melanoma.

Credit: His Name is Robert

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