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Baseball history was changed forever on Nov. 28, 2003. Curt Schilling was traded to the Boston Red Sox by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Without Schilling, the Red Sox would not have been World Champions in 2004 or in 2007.

Schilling didn't mince words. At the press conference announcing the trade, he succinctly summed up the situation. He told the world that he wanted to be part of bringing the Red Sox their first championship since 1918. "And hopefully more than one over the next four years."

The Red Sox beat out the hated New York Yankees for Schilling's services. New York's second team wanted Schilling to replace Roger Clemens, who announced his retirement, but the Yankees refused to meet the Diamondbacks' demand for Alfonso Soriano and Nick Johnson.

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