Found October 04, 2012 on Tireball.com:
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling may have to sell his blood-stained sock from the 2004 post season to cover the millions he owes due to his failed video game venture. In June the Rhode Island based 38 Studios filed for bankruptcy and listed the sock as collateral later in September. Schilling also listed a baseball hat said to have been worn by New York Yankees great Lou Gehrig and his collection of World War II memorabilia. The Boston Globe says the sock could sell for $25,000 in an auction according to Phil Castinetti, who owns Sportsworld in Saugus, MA.
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