BOSTON (AP) -- Curt Schilling is one of seven Boston-area sports figures honored at a museum fundraiser.
The former Boston Red Sox pitcher was recognized at the eighth annual Tradition held Wednesday night on behalf of the Sports Museum located in TD Banknorth Garden, where the event took place.
The other honorees were former New England Patriots wide receiver Troy Brown, Olympic silver and bronze medal-winning figure skater Nancy Kerrigan of nearby Stoneham, former Boston Celtics guard Sam Jones, ex-Boston Bruins wing Ken Hodge and hockey coaches Jack Parker of Boston University and Jerry York of Boston College.
Schilling retired before this season. He won the World Series in 2004 and 2007 with the Red Sox.
Brown was on three Super Bowl champions. Jones won 10 NBA titles. Hodge was part of Stanley Cup-winning teams in 1970 and 1972. York and Parker have won three NCAA national championships each.