Curt Schilling’s season is over, and his career may be over as well. The Red Sox righthander said this morning that he is going to have surgery on his right shoulder Monday in Philadelphia, and that there was a "pretty decent chance that I’ve thrown my last pitch forever."
"I’m not exactly sure [what type of surgery it’s going to be]," Schilling said this morning on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan show. "We’re still nailing down exactly what kind of surgery it’s going to be."
When asked if this will end the season for the Red Sox righthander, he replied, "yes."