Arizona Diamondacks All-Time Team: Starting Rotation

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Dec 9, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling talks during the MLB Winter Meetings at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort. Schilling is joining ESPN

Curt Schilling

Schilling only pitched in Arizona for four years, but he accomplished a lot in his time as Diamondback. In 2001, he led the National League in wins with 22 and was a crucial part of the D-Backs starting rotation in their championship run throughout the 2001 playoffs. He went 4-0 with a 1.12 ERA during that postseason and he was also the other co-MVP of that World Series.

Schilling’s success in the desert continued in 2002. He won 23 games, carried a 3.23 ERA and finished second for the CY Young to Johnson. Schilling’s 2003 was his final year in Arizona and it was hampered by injury.