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Curt's Pitch links and random thoughts

April 6, 2008

Finally have the links for fans in Philly, Az, Boston and Japan and anyone wishing to be a part of Curt’s Pitch around the world. The link for fans wishing to back Cole Hamels and the Philadelphia ALS Chapter: or

The link for fans wishing to back Josh Beckett and the Boston ALS Chapter.


The link for fans wishing to back Brandon Webb and the Arizona Chapter is to the ALS Organization site, they currently are working on a Curt’s Pitch site.

We are still working on getting everything organized for the Japanese Chapter so stay tuned. I am trying to tweak the new widget design on the sidebar so please bear with me.

I can honestly say pretty much everyone is anxious to get on that plane after the game today. Seems like it’s been forever since we’ve been home. There is no chance anyone on this team would make any excuses for our 3-3 record on the trip so I’ll offer only this.

I have been rehabbing this entire trip and have been able to, much more so than anyone playing, maintain as ‘normal’ a schedule as anyone could hope for. I’m wiped and still having issues trying to readjust to a ‘normal’ sleep schedule. I can’t imagine the toll it’s taken on the guys playing. I’m at the park 6 hours before each game at least, regardless of day/night game, so I can adjust my sleep to accommodate and after 2.5-3 hours my day is done. I think the short duration of the trip was the hardest part, having that 7 days was almost enough time to adjust to the far east time zone, then we were off again.

No excuses though and it’s not going to get any easier facing Doc today and then home to face Detroit and the Yanks. I know everyone is looking forward to the ring ceremony on Tuesday as well, be nice to see Douggie again.

Random thoughts and a first offer to do some more Q&A here this year as time permits.

How does Jose Canseco, who admitted he did steroids his entire career and it was what got him to the big leagues, get ‘blackballed’ from a life he admits he never should have been a part of?

I put Manny’s over/under RBI total this year at 150 and I’d be surprised if he drives in less.

I think Josh starts off another monster year today, he as focused and in shape as I think he’s ever been and last year was a great learning experience for him.

One thing about the pre-Japan trip fiasco. Many people, in and out of the media, commented on the fact that what we did was in no way noble or just or whatever the adjective, because for it to be noble would have had us giving our money or portions of our shares to them. That was never the issue, nor should it have been. Though I would argue that the guys on this team, given no other options would have gladly taken that route.

The issue was that during the negotiations for the trip we specificaly requested that the coaches shares be allotted from the overall pool. We were told that the ‘staff’ would be taken care of, more than once, only to find out that had been taken away, along with many of the other deal points negotiated during that time.

Shonda and her brother are ramping up for their final days of Boston Marathon preparation. If anyone wishes to help her raise money for the Shade Foundation please check out and donate, and thanks to anyone that participates.

The kids are starting their sports season again and Gehrig had his tryouts last week, which I had to ‘follow’ over the phone. Amazing how fast they grow up.

The folks at Blizzard are good. One of the sites I’ve run across and become a fan of is a great podcast called “The Instance”. Ya we’re geeks but it’s good stuff and pretty informative if you get a chance to hear them.

Everyone is talking about the Wrath of the Lich King and they’ve put some very cool updates here very cool stuff.

Things continue to plod along here at 38, we’ve made a few more talent acquisitions I’m excited for us to be announcing in the near future. Jen Maclean is the newest member of the 38 Family and is going to have a profound impact on this company and our future. Check out for the latest news..

Also the entrants to the 1st Annual Game Design Challenge are being whittled down and once complete we’ll have a full recap on the site.

One last thing. At Chapel today I realized once again how fortunate and blessed we all are. Going through this rehab has been a very different experience but I feel very good about the fact that mentally I have put everything I have into it. Physically I am doing everything I can, and more, to try and make this work.

At Chapel today I read a passage I had to share with those that care, that might explain why things are as easy as they can be. Proverbs 16:9 says “In his heart a man plans his course, but the LORD determines his steps.”

I can do what I can, and whatever I want, and work as hard as I can and more, but at the end of the day the LORD has chosen my path and in his infinite wisdom the path that I end up walking will be what I need most, not what I want most. I hope I can pitch again, it’s what I want, but it’s somewhat easier to swallow knowing that at some point it’s out of my hands outside the time and effort I am committing.

29 Comments leave one →
  1. April 6, 2008 3:35 pm

    Curt: I will place a banner link to the Boston chapter on my new Site The Celtic Mall (the Celtic Sports Page) . Thank You !!!! Tim

  2. priscillapitman08 permalink
    April 6, 2008 4:14 pm

    I guess Toronto is a good team. Unfortunately, I was away this weekend in Tampa, without internet access, so I was unable to see the game. Thank you for sharing the bible verse. I had an interesting weekend with a friend who is seventh-day adventist, who is in Tampa temporarily as a bible worker.

    I wish I had a chance to see Beckett pitch, I will have to catch it online.

    Thank you for sharing the ALS website information. I am interesting in donating, when I get employed at some point. Jobs aren’t easy to come by.

    Thank you for your blog, I really enjoy reading it.

  3. rsoxfan506 permalink
    April 6, 2008 5:02 pm

    Curt, keep that trust brother. The Lord will provide where you should be.

    Canseco is getting under some people’s skin. Don’t let him bring you down to his level.

    Keep up your good works. Even when you don’t pitch you still make a great impact. Another miraculous example that the Lord continues to use you even if you aren’t pitching every fifth day. We’re all servants to him and it’s just a blessing to be used as an instrument for His will.

  4. schillingsdivagirl permalink
    April 6, 2008 5:42 pm

    Hi Curt, I love you and hopes this gets noticed!

    I just wanted to say hello and still hoping you come back by July. I miss you and I was surprised to hear the news earlier and hope things go well that you can return this season. I would love to see you pitch for us again this season for Red Sox Nation. I just like your style and how honest and candid you are to voice your opinions. I feel that “America’s Favorite Pastime” has become internationalized and this year our Red Sox Season has already become jeaporized from it. I sound like a girl, but we are all human whether male or female, and I think that is a set back to send players to travel the globe to satisy some overwhelming greed of certain individuals prior to opening day at Fenway! I love you and Beckett and all the players, would never boo anyone at Fenway as a great Red Sox Fan. Toronto sweeping us, is enought said, I love the Red Sox and always defend anyone nay saying our Boston teams!!!!

    Love you and Red Sox Nation and say love Jonathan and Josh!!! Sha Sha

  5. April 6, 2008 7:58 pm

    Tough trip for the team. I hope everyone gets some rest and enjoys the Ring and Banner ceremony tuesday. Good luck on the rehab Schill. Thanks for all the work you do Curt. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16

  6. empirelady permalink
    April 6, 2008 8:03 pm

    Dear Mr. Schilling,

    Please read this completely! I read what you wrote this afternoon and I had an intense reaction to what you said which I am sure that most people would not understand. For the record,I am Jewish,but when you spoke of the LORD and what he has planned for you,there is not a person in this world who could not agree with you more-and I say so from personal experience. Years ago,I had an accident that could have killed me,should have killed me(when it is man versus railroad train,railroad usually wins)and the fact that I survived is something that only the LORD could have pulled off(I fell between the railroad train and the platform,and had I hit the electric tracks or the train had started to move,I would not be writing this,as I would be dead. A man standing on the train,who must have been sent from heaven-and was gone immediately after-saw me fall straight down,grabbed my arm somehow, and pulled me,dragging me onto the floor of the train. He saved my life). As for rehab,you and I also have something in common,with the LORD,who is obviously there for multiple religions. Among the injuries that I sustained,my ankle was totally shattered,requiring serious surgery to put it back together(I now and forever have a metal plate and nine screws,yes 9 screws,holding my ankle together)and after the surgery,I thought that I might never walk again. After two months in a wheelchair,not being allowed to put any weight on the ankle,and seriously believing that I would never walk again,I put my foot down for the first time. It was pure agony,great pain,but I was standing. It took many,many months of rehab,doing all that I could physically and emotionally-as you are,much to your credit-to learn how to walk again,going from wheelchair to walker to cane(I stopped using the cane full-time 18 months after the accident)and while I will never be the same as I was,will always be physically challeneged,I am walking! I will never complain because I could have been killed and I was not,and I thought that I would never walk again-and I am. I truly believe that this was the working of the LORD,as you say,the LORD of more than one religion,and that this is what he had planned for me. As for you,I know that you have been working very hard with rehab,giving it your all,and I truly believe that the LORD has great things planned for you. You are not through with baseball and in a few months,I hope to see you on the field,not on the bench,as I did today(yes,I watched the game here in New York City and the television camera did show you there,often. And I hate the Yankees!). I pray to the LORD quite often,as I always have(and used to go to church,attend services, with a former boyfriend,who was not Jewish,when he was alive),I believe in the LORD,he has been there for me,numerous times,and as I said, in your case,I truly believe that the path he has chosen for you will be a great one,that there are great things yet to come for you. In the meantime,I totally understand and totally agree with your thinking, with how you feel…One other quick comment that I must make and then I will let you go. Words cannot begin to express how I feel,and a mere thank you is not enough,nor will it ever be,but thank you for everything that you are doing for the fight against ALS. I may have come on a bit strong when I wrote after your last post,about my friend who is suffering with ALS(see my previous posting-I was number 9,after your “ALS goes global” posting on March 22)but the honest truth is that you are a beautiful human being who is always helping others,and despite what you are going through,will always be there for others,not only financially but emotionally as well. This is an incredible thing for me to witness,it truly moves me,touches my heart,and I only hope that someday I have the chance to meet you because it would be my pleasure to be in the presence of such greatness;you are truly the definition of greatness,both on the field and off. By the way,there are some who say that the LORD helps those who help others and if that is the case,then he will certainly be there for you. Good luck with your rehab,and I wish you all the best,always. I,more than most,am aware of how difficult,painful rehab is(difficult physically and emotionally),but hang in there,keep fighting,I applaud what you are doing,and please be aware that you are not, never,alone in your fight(I cannot begin to compare with the LORD,nor do I want to, but I am also here for you,always-and even if you do not want to talk,I am with you in thought,in spirit,I stand with you,by you). As for the outcome of your “fight”,as you say,you can take comfort in the knowledge that you have done,and are doing everything that you possibly can,which is something to be proud of(I am proud of),something which I believe will not go unnoticed by the LORD, and in the end, I know,I truly believe,that you are going to WIN!

    Best Wishes,always,

    Donna Blanc,

  7. April 6, 2008 8:03 pm

    Hi Curt–

    It’s great that you’ve founded all of these new chapters to give people a chance to support the cause in a variety of different ways. I just wanted to point out that the url for the boston chapter should be (no apostrophe).

    I’m so glad the 08 season’s finally here and can’t wait for the home opener and ring ceremony. Best of luck with your rehab.


  8. amy4kids permalink
    April 6, 2008 8:34 pm

    Great to see another post from you, Curt. I’ve been checking 38pitches almost daily, to see if there was an update from you! Now it’s time for the Sox to get back home and get on the right track. I know this road trip has been a tough one on all of the guys, but we would be hard-pressed to hear any of you complain and take the easy way out and blame fatigue and a tough schedule as the reason why the Sox are 3 – 4. It’s still SO early in the season! Not too worry. God bless and best wishes to you and the team from way out here in CA. Even though you are not pitching, your wisdom and presence is invaluable to the guys. Have a safe trip “Shippin’ up to Boston!” All the best…Amy, lifelong Sox fan

  9. alsgolfclassic permalink
    April 7, 2008 10:33 am


    I am very happy that you are doing this. It is a great cause, one that has touched me personally.

    I lost my father to ALS in 2006 and am currently organizing the inaugural Carl S. Levine ALS Golf Classic to be played August 4th, 2008 in Port Washington, NY. As part of the full day golf outing, we will be holding both a live and silent auction. While I have no doubt you receive requests to give items to events just like ours all the time, I was hoping you would be willing to talk with me about such a request. Please feel free to e-mail me when you get a chance.

    Thank you very much for raising awareness of the disease. Let’s hope we can strike out ALS soon.

    Joshua A. Levine

  10. randydeluxe permalink
    April 7, 2008 2:05 pm

    Thank you for the shoutout to The Instance! We would be honored to have you join us on The Instance some time, according to your schedule. In particular, Scott and I hope we can join you in raising ALS awareness.

    Feel free to e-mail us at

  11. veneretio permalink
    April 7, 2008 4:01 pm

    What class/race/role do you play in WoW?

  12. redsoxnorth permalink
    April 7, 2008 5:18 pm

    Thanks for the update. Hopefully you’ll be back to your old self soon and ready to pitch.

    I travelled to Toronto with my husband to watch the weekend series. The whole team looked flat, which was completely understandable after the past month or so. We know the Red Sox will back to their championship form as soon as they have a chance to get home, rest a little, and celebrate the 2007 victory. Then they can work towards securing the championship for 2008!

  13. April 7, 2008 5:55 pm

    Glad to see you “back” – blogging that is. 🙂

    April is going to be a brutal month for you guys. Hard to believe that today is the only down day for the team until 28 April.

    Congrats to Shonda on the marathon run! I’ll be at the game that day – but my friend and I always walk through town after that game to see the final of the marathon. I run myself, but no further than a 10k. I cant get past that without being incredibly bored….hats off to her!

    Jose Conseco….he has his place in history, that’s for sure. He made it what it is – and he has to own it and accept it for what it is. You reap what you sow…

    It is, what it is.

  14. bosoxfan344 permalink
    April 7, 2008 7:25 pm

    Mr. Schilling,

    I have an interesting philanthropic opportunity to help a local high school compete in an international robotics competition in Oklahoma. If you would like to help, please email me at for more information. I don’t even know if you read these, but I know how much you like to give back to the community. Anyway, thanks for all you’ve done for baseball and the community at large.

    Ryan C. Bryant

  15. aticus permalink
    April 7, 2008 7:34 pm

    You have awesome tastes in podcasts then if you love The Instance. Wicked awesome :-).

  16. warbler44 permalink
    April 7, 2008 8:46 pm

    At least Canseco went to Congress and told the truth…….

  17. April 7, 2008 11:05 pm

    Welcome back Curt. Great to hear about the successes on the personal side and I am glad Gehrig is trying out and keep us up on how he does. We wish Shonda the best in her marathon fund raising this year again and hope your rehab continues with success.

    As we headed to Fort Myers on March 2nd for our first trip to spring training, we had a very serious accident in North Carolina and never made it. My wife broke her back when we flipped the truck and trailer we were towing after getting caught in the wind of a passing tractor trailer. My six month old came through without injury, thank the Lord and I suffered only bruising. But my wife was not so fortunate and know is spending the same amount of time rehabbing as you are. Unfortunately she is now unable to attend the Sox games we purchased tickets for until after June 2. That is kind of a bummer. We are thankful for her health and life (we could have easily all died) and look forward to watching our Sox in 2008. Have a great time tomorrow and say Hi to Doug for my daughter Teagan, she was born on the 28th of August last year and has a jersey with Doug’s number on it we were hoping to have him sign. Maybe someday I can send it to him.

    Enjoy the ring ceremony as I know we will, and congrats to all the guys that were not there in ’04. Have a great one and get well soon.

    Brian, Sarah and Teagan Sparhawk

  18. janusaaron permalink
    April 8, 2008 12:18 am

    I have to say that this is my first time visiting your blog. I personally find this sad because I have intended to look up your blog ever since I have heard about it.

    I think it’s great that your keeping a strong and positive outlook on your rehab. I think it would be great to see you pitch but I think thank you have realized something that not many athletes realize. Personally I feel that if you are not able to pitch anymore that you would be a great staff member to the team if they would provide that kind of position for you. You have been blessed with such great talents in the game of baseball on the mound and off of it.

    I can’t wait for the home opener especially since it is on cable, I don’t get to see many Sox games as a result in living in Pa. I have high hopes for the season as the team is intact unlike what happened after the 2004 World Series win.

    My prayers are with you during your rehab. If things don’t go the way we hope you have a lifetime of knowledge and experience with some young pitchers on the roster and you could be their greatest tool.

  19. April 8, 2008 1:06 pm

    Thanks for the Great info Curt, It’s great to see the Cole is picking up the slack with the awareness of this in Philly.


    “Hello, New York. The team that brought you all that torment last season is coming back to town.

    Remember? The Philadelphia Phillies do, too.

    Pat Burrell hit two of the Phillies’ four homers off Bronson Arroyo on Monday, setting up a 5-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds that provided a little momentum and a split of their four-game series.

    Then, the defending NL East champions headed for New York to face the Mets, the team they toppled in a stunning September.

    ”I enjoy going to New York and playing,” said Burrell, who has been Philadelphia’s hottest hitter. ”There’s always a little extra excitement there. Especially with what happened last year, I’m sure they’re gunning for us. And that’s the way it should be.”

    The Phillies are finding their stride just in time.

    Jimmy Rollins and Geoff Jenkins also homered off Arroyo (0-1), who had never before given up more than three in a game. The Phillies had the league’s most prolific offense last year, but were widely inconsistent in the season’s opening week.

    ”We’re starting to swing the bats like we’re capable, and that takes a lot of pressure off our pitchers,” said Burrell, batting .435 with three homers and a team-high nine RBIs. ”Hopefully we can continue to do this.”

    Left-hander Cole Hamels (1-0) overcame a maddening first, when the Reds scored both their runs with the help of a walk and an error. Hamels settled down and gave up five hits and three walks in seven innings.

    ”That’s the problem I’ve had since I’ve been here,” Hamels said. ”The first inning is probably the hardest one I’ve had. I’ve got to control my energy.”

    The Reds didn’t seriously threaten again until the ninth, when they loaded the bases against Brad Lidge.

    Lidge, who came off the disabled list Saturday after recovering from knee surgery, walked Paul Bako with two outs to start the rally. So Taguchi dropped Corey Patterson’s fly ball after a long run, and pinch-hitter Ken Griffey Jr. was intentionally walked.

    Lidge bounced a wild pitch that let in a run, then struck out Javier Valentin on a 95 mph fastball that plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt judged to be on the outside corner.

    ”Up and away,” Valentin said. ”There’s no way I’m going to take a pitch if it’s a strike. It was a bad pitch.”

    Was it?

    ”Who cares,” Lidge said. ”He’s out.”

    Philadelphia took a little momentum to New York for a three-game series against the Mets, whose meltdown opened the way for the Phillies to win the NL East last year. Philadelphia went 7-0 against the Mets from Aug. 27 on, overcoming a six-game deficit, and was looking forward to getting it on again.

    ”When we play them, it’s always kind of like a rivalry to us,” said ailing manager Charlie Manuel, who sniffled and coughed. ”Them, too. They make a big deal out of it. As long as we put the whip on them, we’ll let them make a big deal out of it. They’ll talk, we’ll hit. That’s how I see it.”

    The Phillies put a whipping on Arroyo, who hasn’t been at his best in day games. The right-hander went 1-6 in seven daytime starts last year.

    He’s an emphatic 0-1 this season after lasting only 5 2-3 innings on Monday afternoon.

    ”I felt OK,” Arroyo said. ”Not great, not horrible, just all right. I’m not really pleased – kind of middle of the road. I need to get a little sharper. I’m not really crisp enough to put people away.”

    Rollins got it started with an opening at-bat that set the tone. Arroyo froze him on a 2-2 breaking ball that just missed, then left his next pitch over the plate. Rollins’ drive barely cleared the wall in right for his second homer. Burrell added a two-run shot later in the inning.

    Burrell and Jenkins connected only four pitches apart in the third, prompting Arroyo to stand next to the mound with his right hand on his hip in dismay.

    No surprise that those two had big games. Burrell has been tough to get out, and Jenkins has repeatedly tormented the Reds – his 29 homers and 90 career RBIs against them are his top totals against any team.

    Arroyo nearly gave up a fifth homer in the sixth, when Pedro Feliz’s drive hit the left-field wall a couple of feet from the top.

    Notes: It was Rollins’ first leadoff homer of the season and the 27th of his career. He last did it Sept. 27 against Atlanta. … It was Burrell’s 17th multihomer game. … The solo shots by Burrell and Jenkins in the third were the Phillies’ first back-to-back homers of the season. … Reds SS Jeff Keppinger extended his hitting streak to six games with an RBI single in the first inning. … In a 6-5 win over Arizona on Wednesday night, Arroyo threw 94 pitches in five innings while getting a no-decision. … Griffey was out of the Reds’ starting lineup, getting most of the day off.”

  20. April 8, 2008 4:20 pm

    glad to hear that the trip went reasonably well and that your rehab is going well, too.

    keep on keepin’ on… and the Lord will provide. 🙂


    a RedSox fan in Soonerland

  21. brunojm81 permalink
    April 8, 2008 4:25 pm

    Why wasn’t Bill Buckner given a ring today. No one deserves one more and it would be a great tribute from Red Sox nation.

  22. April 8, 2008 8:11 pm

    Can I just tell you — I’m so looking forward ot your next post!! And I REALLY hope that it’s about your experience of today, opening day. I listened to it on the radio because at work, unfortunately we have no tv (can you imagine, no tv on opening day? The horror!) and so the radio really did the ceremony no justice.

    I’m watching it now on DVR (I avoided all media clips so as not to ruin the experience) and what a fantastic ceremony/presentation that was put together, for both you the players — and for Red Sox Nation.

    Did you have a blast or what?!

    I doubt it ever becomes “old hat” — how can it?? Please, do share!!!


  23. April 8, 2008 8:12 pm

    PS: Sorry for the typos — there’s no edit button, and I didn’t re-read my post. 😉 I’m really not illiterate, lol. Just excited. 🙂

  24. schillingsdivagirl permalink
    April 9, 2008 8:25 pm

    Hi Curt,

    yesterday I had to work , but a co-worker that was off was home watching and called me at work. The first thing I asked, “did Curt get his ring yet and what was his expression?” This same girl at work that gave me a photo mousepad for my birthday knowing how much respect I have for you and along with the other players I love. As she was answering me she said “there is Papelbon!” and again I asked and she described what was happening. Glad that Beckett could enjoy our joy this time and my favorite expression is “OMG Beckett!!!” I am so happy you all were able to receive another World Series Ring in MY lifeltime and kudos to Buckner for being able to throw out the fist pitch and being well received back at Fenway! Man, life to too darn short and I am glad to have seen that sign someone did back in 2004 “we forgive you Bill!” I did get home by 4pm and got to catch the end of the game. Again I hope you get back to pitch for us this season and our luck has changed since you came to Boston!

    Good luck this season and GO RED SOX!!! Sharona

  25. radiowriter16 permalink
    April 14, 2008 9:58 pm


    This is very much belated, but I would like to thank you for all of the work you have done to help defeat ALS.

    About three years ago, my uncle passed away from ALS. He was a kindhearted, wise, and had a tremendous impact on everyone fortunate enough to meet him. He volunteered with countless organizations and just wanted to make the world a better place. For what he did for not only myself, but his family is why I am an advocate for those who suffer from ALS. I will be helping to organize this year’s “Walk to Defeat ALS” taking place September 28th in South Burlington, Vermont and will represent the state at this year’s National ALS Advocacy Day in Washington.

    Not only are you a great ballplayer, but more importantly, you are a great human being. Thanks again for everything you do to help those who suffer from this horrible disease.

    Now get that shoulder healthy, the Sox need you!!

    Chris Munson

    Burlington, Vermont

  26. kirack permalink
    April 25, 2008 12:39 pm

    Hey Curt,

    I was not sure where to leave this reply but i found out that you are playing WoW, is there truth to that?

    Ok aside from that hope the rehab is going great the sox need someone there to help give them a good shot at a “W” cause are poor bullpen is not looking so hot right now.

    GO SOX!!!

  27. nleastchamps07 permalink
    April 26, 2008 9:07 pm

    It was rough seeing you leave Curt. Being born and raised a Phillies fan in Connecticut, you were favorite player on the team. Although they were rough seasons, 1992-2000 were some of my favorite years, seeing you pitch at the old Vet. Winning around 14 or 15 games a year, with an ERA right around 3, give or take a little, was a nice asset to the team. It was hard seeing you leave Curt. I followed you while you were on the D-Backs and Sox. As I mentioned in “Intent?”, I saw the beloved Ben Davis play for the AA Bowie Baysox and cursed him for breaking up your no-hitter. Your still one of my favorite players in league. Thanks.

  28. alsbenefit permalink
    April 28, 2008 11:22 pm

    Hi Curt –

    Thanks for all the ALS work you’ve already done – it’s truly a blessing that ALS has such a prominent advocate, someone who gives time and effort from the heart. THANK YOU.

    We have a friend who has advancing stages of ALS and we know this is a charity near to your heart and the hearts of the Phillies organization.

    Would you be able to point us to the right people to arrange a personal appearance by you or possibly one of the Phillies for a community benefit on Sunday, June 29th, 2008? The event will be held in Bucks County, near Philly.

    Any help you may have for us would be greatly appreciated! Please email us at


    Marty Wolfe

  29. jarnomaster permalink
    July 9, 2008 10:55 am


    Curt, im a big fan.

    I have a website that i want you to check out:

    and please e-mail me at:


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