Baseball | Notes

There could be a lot of No. 1s to look out for

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / May 23, 2004

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With 40-year-old Randy Johnson achieving perfection last week and 41-year-old Roger Clemens unbeaten for nearly two months, the standard for great pitching appears to be a yellowing birth certificate that is curling at the edges. No one is more appreciative of that trend than Curt Schilling, who will be approaching his 41st birthday as a member of the Red Sox ... (Full Article: 2345 Words)

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