- Was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 1986, and made his Major League debut in 1988 after being traded to the Baltimore Orioles.
- Played in four World Series, and won championships in three of them.
- Shared the World Series MVP Award with pitcher Randy Johnson in 2001 with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- After an ankle injury, wore the famous "bloody sock" in 2004 ALCS and World Series game victories. The sock is now in the Hall of Fame.
- Purchased former NFL quarterback Drew Bledsoe's house in Medfield, MA.
- Does charity work for ALS, melanoma prevention and Asperger Syndrome.
- Campaigned for George W. Bush and John McCain in presidential races.
- An avid gamer, owns a company that produces electronic games.
- Retired in March of 2009.
- Gehrig Schilling — Son
- Garrison Schilling — Son
- Grant Schilling — Son
- Shonda Schilling — Wife
- Gabriella Schilling — Daughter
- Attended Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona, United States
- Birth Name: Curtis Montague Schilling
- Birth Place: Anchorage, Alaska, United States
- Profession: Former baseball player
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