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Sunday, September 19, 2004

More on Curt Schilling's Hall of Fame Chances

Jim Salisbury of The Philadelphia Inquirer provides more ammunition for supporting Curt Schilling's potential for the Hall of Fame (naturally, much of this is up to Schilling, who still needs several outstanding seasons to warrant consideration). Click here and scroll down to the middle of the article to read further (you'll have to get past the story of the Mets' implosion).

Basically, Salisbury points out that Schilling should pass 3,000 career strikeouts before he hangs up his spikes (he has 2,725 now), that he'll finish in the top 10 in league ERA for the ninth time and in the top 10 in strikeouts for the eighth time. Add in a few post-season MVP awards, a chance for some more heroics, and a good shot at more than 200 wins, and you have your Hall of Fame candidate.

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