Schilling may be done for the year, but maybe not his career... We could see him again in 09
No major rotator cuff damage was found during Curt Schilling's shoulder surgery on Monday, but he did have his labrum repaired along with his biceps tendon injury.
"The status of the rotator cuff was much better than was predicted," Dr. Craig Morgan said. "He did have disease in the biceps tendon, that was his major problem. We transferred the biceps tendon." Schilling will need about four months off before he can resume throwing. He has yet to comment on whether he plans to attempt a comeback in 2009.