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World Series

October 25, 2004|By Joe Christensen | Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF

Schilling done?

Shortly before the first pitch last night, Red Sox starter Curt Schilling was experiencing "significant discomfort" in his injured ankle, the Associated Press reported.

William Morgan, the Red Sox's team doctor, suggested that the procedure performed on Schilling's ankle might not be able to be done again, and that would probably prohibit Schilling from pitching in a possible Game 6.

"Honestly, we may not be able to do it a third time," Morgan told the AP. "It depends on what his tissues look like. He's more uncomfortable because it's the second time around. The line may be drawn there, depending on how he looks over the next five days."

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