In an ESPN radio interview, he says that people who are no longer with the organization tried to get him to take PED's in 2008:
“At the end of my career, in 2008 when I had gotten hurt, there was a
conversation that I was involved in in which is was brought to my
attention that this is a potential path I might want to pursue,”
Schilling told Colin Cowherd.
Asked for more details, Schilling said the conversation occurred in
the clubhouse and involved “former members of the organization — they’re
no longer there. It was an incredibly uncomfortable conversation.
Because it came up in the midst of a group of people. The other people
weren’t in the conversation but they could clearly hear the
conversation. And it was suggested to me that at my age and in my
situation, why not? What did I have to lose? Because if I wasn’t going
to get healthy, it didn’t matter. And if I did get healthy, great.
“It caught me off guard, to say the least. That was an awkward situation.”
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Edited by CoolPapaBellhorn, 07 February 2013 - 10:40 AM.