Curt Schilling will be the second player from the 1993 Phillies National League championship team to be inducted on the Phillies Wall of Fame. Today it was announced Schilling will be this year's honoree, joining Darren Daulton as representatives from the 1993 Phillies.
Curt Schilling has been announced as the 2013 inductee to the Phillies Wall of Fame.
— Ryan Lawrence (@ryanlawrence21) May 22, 2013
Schilling was one of the key members of the 193 Phillies of course, pitching one of the franchise's all-time best games in postseason history with a Game Five performance for the ages in the 1993 World Series. This is obviously happy news for Macho Row and well deserved for Schilling. Despite his personal opinions sometimes getting in the way, Schilling remains the best pitcher of the 1990s for the Phillies, and that speaks both to the state of the franchise for the better part of the decade and type of performance Schilling put together over that time.
Schilling will be inducted over the Alumni Weekend in early August. If the Phillies, and Schilling, had a sense of humor they would hand out rally towels for the event.