Curt Schilling has a new lease on life After a disastrous business venture and a heart attack, coaching softball helps former Red Sox pitcher try to turn the corner on difficult times ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Curt Schilling gave the Mass Drifters 16-and-under girls’ softball team, which he coaches, a pep talk at the field named for him in Medfield. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff As coach, Schilling is kept busy offering individual instruction, as he did above with Hannah Johnson. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff In a makeshift catcher’s crouch, Schilling provides a target for his daughter, Gabby, who pitches and plays first base. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Schilling threw batting practice for the Drifters. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Schilling gets his team prepared for its game at the USSSA Girls Fastpitch World Series at the Wide World of Sports at Disney. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Schilling and wife Shonda follow the action at the USSSA girls’ softball World Series. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Schilling kissed his daughter, Gabby, after a comeback victory.