It doesn't appear as if Curt Schilling will be a New York Yankee. Boo-hoo. Schilling apparently doesn't think much of playing in New York, or the Yankees chances to compete for another World Serious for that matter. According to Lee Sinins:
"People talk about the Yankees and the spending and the money and all this other stuff. I feel like if I wanted to go to the Yankees and they were interested in me, I'd call and be done and I'd get a deal that was very lucrative.
"But the dollars, I can honestly, with my hand to God tell you, are absolutely meaningless for this last contract. ... So I'm going to spend my final years pitching in a place I enjoy being and that every year I'm going to have a chance to put a World Series ring on my hand."
I'd love to know where that place will be. Hey, Schilling: good luck and good riddance, you unbelievbable putz you.