Boston Red Sox, MLB
- 3x World Series champion (2001, 2004, 2007)
- World Series MVP (2001)
- 6x All-Star selection
- National League Championship Series MVP (1993)
- ESPN analyst
- Founder and Chairman of 38 Studios, a video game developing company
Curt Schilling is a former MLB pitcher and 3x World Series champion. Throughout his career, he played with the Baltimore Orioles (1988–1990), Houston Astros (1991), Philadelphia Phillies (1992–2000), Arizona Diamondbacks (2000–2003), and Boston Red Sox (2004–2007). Curt is thought of by many as one of the best postseason pitchers of all time. One of his most memorable performances on the pitcher's mound was when he remarkably played through a sutured tendon and blood-soaked sock during Game 6 of the 2004 American League Championship Series against the Yankees. Curt is also remembered as the 2001 World Series MVP. Throughout his career Curt totaled an impressive 216 wins, 3,116 strikeouts and only 711 walks.
Curt grew up in Arizona and went to Yavapai Junior College before he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox. He played several years for the Red Sox affiliate team before he was traded to the Baltimore Orioles in 1988. After two seasons with the Orioles, Curt pitched for the Houston Astros for a year, before joining the Philadelphia Phillies in 1992. During his Phillies career, Curt was named the 1993 National League Championship Series MVP and was a 3x All-Star selection. Curt returned back to his home state of Arizona in 2000 when he joined the Arizona Diamondbacks. With this franchise, Curt won his first World Series ring in 2001. Curt's stellar permanence during that year also earned him the World Series MVP Award, Babe Ruth Award, Roberto Clemente Award, Branch Rickey Award, Hutch Award, and his 4th All-Star selection.
After playing in another All-Star Game in 2002, Curt joined the Boston Red Sox in 2004. That year, he heroically pitched through an injured tendon in his ankle to help the Red Sox break their 86-year old World Series drought. He also contributed to the Red Sox's 2007 World Series victory before he retired that same year. When off the pitcher's mound, Curt was very successful in his philanthropic efforts as well. Throughout his career, Curt founded "Curt's Pitch for ALS" and "The Curt Schilling Melanoma Foundation of America".
After retirement, Curt became an ESPN analyst and is currently featured on Baseball Tonight and ESPN Radio and writes for ESPN.com and ESPNBoston.com. Curt also founded and chairs 38 Studios, a video game developing company.
Appearance$22,500 - $37,500Hire Curt Schilling to make an appearance at your next event! Curt Schilling’s appearance will be the perfect way to promote your business or organization. (Up to 60 minutes). Autograph show pricing may vary.
Speaking Engagement$30,000 - $45,000Looking for a dynamic speaker for your next big event? Curt will speak at your gathering and inspire your group with stories from his career in the MLB.
Coaching$15,000To be the best you need to learn from the best. Hiring Curt is a unique and once in a lifetime experiences. Curt will share his pitching techniques and baseball knowledge giving you access to a World Series MVP and 3x World Series champion. Curt will coach a group of 2-6 people drills that helped him become a standout pro athlete. (Up to 60 minutes)
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Sport Baseball League MLB Team
- Baltimore Orioles (1988–1990)
- Houston Astros (1991)
- Philadelphia Phillies (1992–2000)
- Arizona Diamondbacks (2000–2003)
- Boston Red Sox (2004–2007)