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Schilling not overly concerned about elbow

Curt Schilling rubbed his elbow while walking back to the mound with catcher Jason Varitek. The Red Sox starter was struck by a line drive in the sixth inning.
Curt Schilling rubbed his elbow while walking back to the mound with catcher Jason Varitek. The Red Sox starter was struck by a line drive in the sixth inning. (AP Photo) AP Photo
By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / July 10, 2006

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CHICAGO -- X-rays of Curt Schilling's right elbow were negative after the Red Sox ace was struck by Jim Thome's line drive in the sixth, the ball caroming more than 100 feet before landing in left-center field for a single. (Full article: 1175 words)

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