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Lucchino says no free agent signings imminent
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BOSTON (AP) -- Curt Schilling �is most concerned about� the return of Jason Varitek than he is of any of Boston�s other free agents, although it may take a while before the Red Sox sign any of them.

Team president Larry Lucchino says nothing is imminent.

Lucchino, Schilling, Doug Mirabelli and reliever Alan Embree attended a party at a nightclub across the street from Fenway Park where they were presented with Sports Illustrated�s Sportsman of the Year award last night.

Schilling was on crutches after having surgery November 9th on his right ankle and said his recovery seems to be going O-K but he�ll know better when the cast is changed within ten days.

He should be ready for spring training. Mirabelli says it�s �impossible� for the Red Sox to let Varitek go.


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