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Schilling: Michael Pineda Could Return Ahead Of Schedule

Michael Pineda's torn labrum is a pretty important baseball story, and here's how you know it's a pretty important baseball story: Curt Schilling has weighed in on it. Schilling, you see, had surgery on his labrum nearly two decades ago, recovered quickly, and went on to have an outstanding career. What does he think about Pineda's situation? Let's ask him, because he's only too willing to tell.
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