With the decade coming to an end tomorrow at midnight, let’s take a look back at the Boston Red Sox top 10 individual seasons from 2000-2009: No 10: Tie—Championship Performances Curt Schilling, 2004 Schilling went 21-6, with a 3.26 ERA and 1.063 WHIP in 32 starts. He came to Boston on Thanksgiving Day 2003, when GM Theo Epstein traveled to Arizona in an effort to convince him to come to Boston. He was sold on pitching in Fenway Park. Soon thereafter he declared he would like to silence a packed Yankee Stadium. He pitched 226.67 innings in helping to lead the Sox into the postseason. He issued just 35 walks all season and wore the famous bloody sock en route to ending The Curse of the Bambino. David Ortiz, 2004 Ortiz’ regular season may have been slightly in ...
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