TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Curt Schilling pitched five scoreless innings Thursday, striking out eight in his second rehab start for Triple-A Pawtucket.
He gave up just two hits without a walk and mixed his pitches well, throwing both his curveball and changeup for strikes.
It was another impressive outing for Schilling, who hasn't pitched for Boston in more than a month since he went on the disabled list on June 22 because of tendinitis in his shoulder.
He'll make at least one more minor league start before joining the Red Sox rotation.
He struck out the first two batters he faced, hitting 93 mph on the stadium's radar gun. He consistently pitched in the low 90s throughout his five innings.
Schilling's last outing for Boston was on June 18, when he gave up six runs in 4 1-3 innings against the Atlanta Braves.

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