From the Boston Globe -
Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling said this morning on Boston sports radio station WEEI that he will not retire from baseball at the end of this season, as he previously had planned.
“I will play in 2008,” were the words Curt Schilling told Red Sox Nation this morning on WEEI.
His contract with the Red Sox ends after this season.
“Where I’m going to play beyond 2007, I hope it’s Boston, but I will go out and find a home to pitch,” he said. “I hope it’s here but there’s also that possibility [of pitching for another team].”
Would he consider pitching for the Yankees in 2008?
“It wouldn’t be in New York,” Schilling told host Gerry Callahan. “No. I could not make that move.”
Guess what Curt: Yankees fans don’t want you here. So, we’re happy that you could not make that move.