The Best Baseball Player Of All-Time From Each State

Alaska: Curt Schilling


Career Stats & Awards: 216-146 (W/L), 22 Saves, 3.46 ERA, 3116 SO, 1.137 WHIP, 6x All-Star, 3x World Series (2001, 2004, 2007) World Series MVP (2001), 79.5 WAR

Curt Schilling is the definition of a big-game pitcher. Schill’s ‘bloody sock’ game will go down as one of the most impressive feats in baseball history. The six-time All-Star won all throughout his career. Not only did he win 216 games as a starter in 20 seasons, but Schilling was also a member of three World Series champion teams. Schilling won the NLCS MVP in 1993, and took home World Series MVP honors in 2001 — sharing the award with Randy Johnson.