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No, not that way, but he’s interested in having Schilling pitch for the
Chicago Cubs.

“This guy, he’s a pro,” Piniella said. “I don’t know how
accurate [the reports] are, but if you get a pitcher with his
credentials and his winning habits, it would be something to
explore.”

I stick to my assessment that unless Schilling is willing (so rhymey)
to take a minor league deal, train with the team for a while, and
prove that he can contribute should a need emerge, there’s just no
place or need for him. This is particularly so given his advanced age,
jerkiness, and huge gut.

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