- Curt Schilling’s estate sale features a strange look into the former pitcher’s possessions
The former Boston Red Sox pitcher is currently being sued by Rhode Island's economic development agency after 38 Studios, his startup video game company, collapsed into bankruptcy in 2011. The state had approved a $75 million loan in 2010 to get Schilling's company to move to Rhode Island.
Schilling, who now works for ESPN as an analyst, said he personally lost $50 million of his own career earnings on the failed venture.
Items for sale include:
-A pile of crutches with charlie brown christmas tree
-A pile of chargers, a lock, an outdated camera and some playing cards
-A broken ping pong table
-Flubber hats signed by Robin Williams