There wasn't a whole lot to study. It'd be like analyzing a race when your car stalls at the start. What's there to analyze?"
Schilling (8 hits, 2 walks, 5 earned runs) was a loser Monday for the first time in seven Opening Day starts (3-1, three no-decisions). His four-inning stint was his shortest start since July 18, 2001, when he went two innings in San Diego in a game that was suspended because of a light failure. His previous shortest start was May 22, 1997, when he went 2 2/3 innings against the Mets.
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