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A former Boston Red Sox pitcher, Curt Schilling, held a real estate sale of his property in Medfield, Massachusetts on October 12th, 2013, a Saturday. Bill Fegley, one of the earliest shoppers at the real estate sale, bought two bathroom scales worth $8 each. The estate sale company, Consignworks Inc., carried out the real estate sale for Curt. Some of the items that were up for bidding included a chair in the shape of a baseball gloves, Hummer golf cart, 8-piece drum set, candlesticks, holiday decorations, artificial plants, glassware and a rolling suit case used by Schilling.
Curt Schilling has been named in a law suit by the Rhode Island Economic Development Corp. over the collapse of his start up video game company. His company went bankrupt last year. Schilling’s wife posted on Facebook that they were holding an estate sale not because of the lack of funds, but because her children had grown up and were no longer in need of the many things that were put up for auction. Schilling has said previously that he invested the whole of his baseball earnings, around $50 million in to his video game development venture, 38 games. An Associate Press reporter was asked to leave the auction as Schilling’s wife didn’t want anyone from the media industry to be present.Google+