It was an ambitious endeavor and quite frankly, it failed. That's when you have to start selling stuff, unfortunately.

According to a new report from CBS Boston , ex-Boston Red Sox ace pitcher Curt Schilling will be holding an estate sale at his Medfield, Massachusetts home. After helping found the now-defunct 38 Studios, Schilling and other studio executives are facing a big lawsuit from the state of Rhode Island.

As such, it seems Schilling is in need of some cash. That's why he'll be selling off a bunch of his furnishings, decorations, collectibles, and even his home. The estate sale, managed by Consign Works , will include signed paraphernalia, a patio set, some posters, various home accents, and the 7-bedroom, 8,000 square foot home. The latter's asking price is $3 million, by the way, and it has 27 acres of land, a pool, a volleyball court, an ice-skating rink, and a putting green. If you're interested, the sale will be held this Saturday, October 12, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lots of sports fans will probably show up.

Schilling lost $50 million of his money in the 38 Studios debacle, so none of this is really surprising, right?

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Corvo
Corvo
7 years ago

Oh man, I have 3 million laying around. I should go buy the house with the upkeep probably being super cheap too. I'm thinking around 3000 a month. Good deal for a big house.

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

Wow, now this is what it really means when a video game ruins your life. I hope he gets to keep a copy of his game.

telly
telly
7 years ago

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PlatformGamerNZ
PlatformGamerNZ
7 years ago

well hes no in a gud position is he hope he doesn't end up completely broke for his sake gud luck to him

happy gaming =)

Underdog15
Underdog15
7 years ago

Kinda sad. ūüôĀ