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August 1, 2007
After another successful rehab stint with Pawtucket Tuesday night in Columbus, Ohio, Curt Schilling will return to the Red Sox and start on the mound Sunday in Seattle, says Sox skipper Terry Francona.
``I thought he and the medical staff and John (Farrell) did great,'' Francona said of the 40-year-old right-hander, who has been on the disabled list since June 22 (retroactive to June 19) because of tendinitis in his right shoulder. ``He came through this . . . . he threw seven innings (Tuesday) night (of) four-hit ball. He pitched, he pitched again, pitched again, and the ball keeps coming out of his hand like we wanted it to. It’s been very successful. We’ll be thrilled to have him back.’’
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