*Picture from the Boston Globe*
I've used this picture before, but it seems sort of appropriate: coming on the heels of Beckett winning his 14th game, Schilling is back on the hill tonight.
7 weeks to the DAY since he last pitched, Schilling takes the ball in Anaheim to take on the first place Angels. A healthy Schilling makes this rotation one of the best in baseball, and according to reports on his rehab assignment, the old man is ready to resume his quest for the Hall of Fame.
Getting Schill back is better than any trade they could have made, and if he's got his stuff together, the Red Sox could put the division away by early September.
It's back to 10 pm starts, so I gotta go and do a keg stand on some Mt Dew: I'm way behind on my caffeine intake for the day, and I need to catch up.
Keep the train rolling boys: I want a beat down so epic they never get the chance to use those thundersticks and take that rally monkey out of it's cage.