In the video above, Curt Schilling talks to ESPN's Michelle Steele about his comments on ESPN Radio that former members of the Red Sox organization told him that performance-enhancing drugs were an option for recovery.

Schilling doesn't specify who was part of the clubhouse conversation, but he does name three people who were not -- Terry Francona, Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer.

"It was a conversation that happened in the clubhouse between a member of the organization and myself," he said. "It wasn't members, plural, it wasn't a bunch of people, it was a conversation. ... I was hurt, I had wanted to go a different route to get healthy and the team and I disagreed, but this was a conversation that came up in the middle of the season between this person and myself, and other people heard the conversation."