Curt Schilling selling possessions in estate sale
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is having an estate sale this weekend to raise money to pay back creditors.
Schilling’s video game company, 38 Studios, defaulted on loans from the state of Rhode Island, and he has been selling off assets ever since. The former pitcher lost all the money he earned over his baseball career, and his investment in the company was said to be around $50 million. The state of Rhode Island’s economic development agency is suing him for the money owed to the state. Rhode Island lured Schilling to the state by promising a $75 million loan in 2010. Schilling’s company defaulted on the loan after going bankrupt.
So, for those living in the Boston area, you can hit up 7 Woodridge Road in Medfield, Mass. on Saturday to pick up some items from Schilling’s home. When I say they are clearing everything out of the home, I mean they are clearing out everything.
Consignworks is handling the estate sale and has listed all of the potential items for sale on their website. Items include everything from beach towels, DVDs, bobbleheads, and a drum set to candlesticks, chairs, tables and a microwave. He even has a standup Ms. Pacman video arcade game, which is pretty sweet, and a Hummer golf cart.
Here’s what Consignworks says about the estate sale:
Yes, we are pleased to announce the estate sale of the residence of Mr. Curt Schilling of the Boston Red Sox. No, the bloody sock is not for sale, but exquisite furniture, decor and other home furnishings will all be for sale. What a wonderful opportunity, and we are truly pleased to bring you this exceptional estate sale that will knock your Sox off! This is a gorgeous 7 bedroom 8000 square foot home that is offering a great variety of items. To name several of the items … gorgeous cement entry table, china cabinet, large custom 13 foot dining table & ten chairs, Tiffany & Waterford crystal pieces, Lladro figurines, two matching custom sofas, sofa tables, coffee table, Kohler & Campbell baby grand piano, home decor & accents, mirrors, faux plants, floor lamp, mantle clock, floor & table lamps, glassware, Pottery Barn dish set, microwave, linens, accent pillows, set of four porch rockers, Catnapper power lift chair, artwork, set of three bar stools, Holiday decor, Pottery Barn bunk beds, LOTS of toys & games, electronics, clothing, DVDs & books, drum set, The Bambini zamboni, white double Pottery Barn bedroom set, Craftsman tractor entitled “The Ice Mower”, Hummer golf cart, baseball glove chair, marble top pedestal sink, billiard table, pinball & arcade games, ping pong table, tools, various sporting equipment, pristine retro Coca Cola machine, matching sofas & club chairs from the home theater, Studio 38 drafting table, lots of costumes just in time for Halloween … and so much more to be unpacked! Due to the large quantity of items, the sale hours have been extended from our usual to 8-4:00pm! This is one you DO NOT want to miss!!
As for our favorite items, I’d have to say this baseball glove chair:
And the Hummer golf cart:
If I lived in the area, I’d definitely hit it up.
H/T Boston Globe