Apparently, Schilling might experience a large reduction in speed when he gets back, or so he says.
Jun 1 A strength test performed on Schilling's injured right ankle on Tuesday was the first of several such tests to be conducted, so results will be unavailable for several days, the Boston Herald reports.
Recommendation: Once data from all tests are available, it will be compared to Tuesday's baseline. Schilling, appearing on a weekly radio interview, indicated he may have to survive this season with a fastball in the high 80s, rather than his pre-injury 93-95 mph heater.
For people like me who managed to get him reasonably
cheap, how much do we read into this? Is he really going to have a huge reduction in power, or is he just being a drama queen again?
Yes, I was, uh... I was thinking about ordering the tape, the videotape... about the college girls and the... the wild... the wildness. They're going wild or something? Somebody told me... about going wild.