Former Red Sox pitcher and 38 Studios founder Curt Schilling will be selling off some of his assets, according to the website for Consign Works. No doubt the money will go to pay down legal fees and the debt that was the result of defaulting on a $75 million loan guarantee with the State of Rhode Island, which is currently suing Schilling and others related to that deal.
Up for auction is Schilling’s 7 bedroom 8000 square foot home, a baby grand piano, a drafting table from 38 Studios, various costumes, miscellaneous furniture, books, sports collectibles, game-related posters, signed hats, and pinball and arcade games. The sale is planned for Saturday, Oct. 12 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Schilling is also selling his Medfield, Mass. home as part of an estate sale. In 2008 he was looking to sell the 7-bedroom, 7-bath property for $8 million, but it is currently listed for $2.9 million.