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Famous Red Sox's Red Sock Up for Sale

Boston Herald

Rhode Islanders be warned: Flip on Frank Carpano or take a stroll up Thayer Street, because reading the following could fill the Narragansett Bay with your collective sick.

I feel bad for Curt Schilling. I’m sorry, but I do.

The Big Schill has frequently found himself in the news over the last year for mostly the wrong reasons.

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