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Schilling: Red Sox Suggested I Try PEDs

Keith Torrie/New York Daily News

Former Yankee nemesis Curt Schilling has a long history of chastising drug cheats in baseball, but Thursday he took it a step further, saying he had been approached in 2008 about using performance-enhancing drugs by “former members of the (Red Sox)” to prolong his career and help expedite his recovery from injury.

Schilling said the conversation took place in the Boston clubhouse, “in which it was brought to my attention that this is a potential path I might want to pursue.”

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