A pitcher from the Boston Red Sox...
Curt Schilling was instrumental in the World Series wins of the 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks and the 2004 Boston Red Sox. A power pitcher with great control, he was the World Series Co-MVP in 2001 and won the NLCS Most Valuable Player Award while pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Mr. Schilling is one of only two people to have won or shared the Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year award twice and is widely recognized as one of the most community-minded players in baseball. An avid history buff who is particularly interested in the World War II era, Mr. Schilling is president of Multi-Man Publishing, which produces board games and war games for Hasbro Games, Inc. He recently founded Green Monster Games, dedicated to producing innovative and genre-defining massively multiplayer online games. Mr. Schilling's winnings will be split between Curt's Pitch for ALS, a program he founded to raise awareness and funds for the fight against ALS, and the SHADE Foundation of America, which is dedicated to promoting sun safety and eradicating melanoma.
Why do you think you will win?
Oh, I absolutely don't think I'm going to win today. Um, I'm going to have fun, and then I'm going to raise some money for charity, so that's going to be the win for me today.
"In helping the Red Sox to win the 2004 World Series, he became the first pitcher to win a World Series game with three different teams. Please welcome 3-time 20-game winner..."
|Curt appeared in the following archived game:|
#5099, aired 2006-11-09
Doug Savant vs. Jane Kaczmarek vs. Curt Schilling
2006 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 2. From Radio City Music Hall...
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