Curt Schilling checked in with the Dennis & Callahan show to discuss a report that the Red Sox are pursuing Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay. "I'd pull out all the stops to make something like that happen," Schilling said.
The former Sox pitcher said he understands that the price would be high, but it wouldn't prevent him from making a deal. "So rarely do you get a chance to get an impact guy of his caliber. Even rarer still is a guy that's a pitcher. I look at is as: OK, let's see, you get five years of Halladay — what are two World Series worth? What's one more World Series? If you can identify that there's a tangible value there, then that's what you do. At the end of the day, I'd pull out all the stops."
Schilling also took some time to look back on the Thanksgiving dinner he shared with Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein six years ago when Schilling decided to accept a trade from the Diamondbacks to the Red Sox. Schilling said the Yankees called him while Epstein and Larry Lucchino were in his house even though the Sox had an exclusive window for negotiating. "I had the Red Sox in my home and I had the Yankees on the phone ... telling me, 'Don't do this, because we'll be there Saturday, and it will get done.' "
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