The first question everyone wants to ask is: did he juice? I would say probably not, but at this point, nothing would surprise me.
The second is: Is Curt Schilling a Hame of Famer? Here are his career numbers: 3116 strikeouts, 216-146, 3.46 ERA, and no Cy Young awards. People will point to his postseason dominance of a 11-2 record and 2.23 ERA. Those are incredible stats and as a Sox fan I am grateful for his contributions to the '04 and '07 teams. I say Curt lacks the credentials for the Hall. I can't remember a season when Curt was, hands down, the best pitcher in baseball. I think you need a couple of season's where you can say that to make it to the Hall and Schill has none. ESPN and the Boston writers will plead his case, but in the end, Schilling was very very good, but not great.