“I thought it was time to tell a little bit of the story,” Schilling told WBZ-TV on Wednesday. “I know some people were curious, so it seemed like the perfect venue to do it.”
Back in February, Schilling announced that he had cancer, though he did not specify which type of cancer. In May, Schilling took the field at Fenway Park as part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the 2004 championship team, and in June, he announced that his cancer was in remission.
“I’m tired. I fatigue pretty easy right now, so I’m still trying to get my energy and strength back,” Schilling said Wednesday "
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