The bloody sock that came to symbolize one of Curt Schilling’s greatest victories could also play a starring role in one of his biggest losses.
The former Boston Red Sox pitcher could be forced to sell a “bloody sock” he wore while leading the Sox to their first championship in 86 years, among other cherished items, to help pay back millions of dollars in loans he guaranteed for his failed video game company, 38 Studios.
The sock, worn by Schilling in the 2004 World Series, was among the collateral Schilling recently pledged to lenders, according to a document filed with the Massachusetts secretary of state’s office.
A.B. I thought selling his house for less than he paid for it & being hated by all of New England was Curt Schilling’s rock bottom. I was wrong. Being forced to sell a game-used, blood-stained piece of cotton is a new all time low. And while I would love to own the aforementioned crusty sock, realistically all I care about is making s...