sschils.gifIf you hadn’t heard by now, Curt Schilling was masterful yesterday on the mound in throwing a one-hitter. He helped end a 4 game skid for the Sox. The Sox now head into Arizona to face a red-hot Diamondbacks team, who has gone 8-2 in it’s last 10 games.

But before that happens, let’s take a gander at what the Boston and Oakland area media had to say about the game and other things in today’s papers. No reaction from Schill yet on 38 Pitches.

It was a 38 special in Oakland yesterday writes Gordon Edes. [Boston Globe]

Susan Slusser says Shannon Stewart ignored a take sign in breaking up the no-hitter. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Schilling’s gem stopped a 4 game skid writes Jeff Horrigan. [Boston Herald]

Steve Corkran writes the A’s said no no-no. [Oakland Tribune]

Big Papi had no idea Schilling had a no hitter until the 9th inning says Jeff Goldberg. [Hartford Courant]

Susan Slusser writes that Joe Blanton’s excellent start was overshadowed by Schilling. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Steven Krasner has reactions from the Red Sox about the almost no-no. [ProJo SoxBlog]

Shannon Stewart came out swinging writes Amalie Benjamin. [Boston Globe]

Rob Bradford says Schilling’s makeover worked well yesterday. [Boston Herald]

Gordon Edes talks about the Red Sox draft, Brad Mills and Coco Crisp in his Red Sox notebook. [Boston Globe]

David Ortiz wanted to know if Youk turned into Coco on that bizarre play in the 8th inning writes Steven Krasner. [Pro Jo]

The Red Sox-Diamondbacks series thumbnails. [Boston Globe]

For more headlines and stories, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Hartford Courant, Providence Journal, Oakland Tribune, and San Francisco Chronicle websites.