Boston Red Sox defeat New York Yankees, 9-3

NEW YORK -- His arm speed isn't as blistering as it once was.

His presence isn't as daunting as it once was. And his line scores aren't as audacious as they once were. Curt Schilling began this season with 35 10-strikeouts games, and he might, at this rate, call it a career at the end of 2007 with 35 10-K games.

But he does know how to adapt and how to get people out. Case in point: A fly-ball pitcher, Schilling made a point of throwing several sinkers last night and ke...