Found June 22, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Curt Schilling
The failure of Curt Schilling's video game company is well-documented, but the magnitude of his 38 Studios collapse is hard to comprehend. Schilling dropped by WEEI's Dennis and Callahan on Friday to discuss a number of topics, including the collapse of his Rhode Island based company. The former major league hurler said that he invested just north of $50 million as part of the business endeavor, and he has since lost it all. "I'm tapped out," Schilling said. One of the hardest parts of the process, according to Schilling, was sitting his family down to explain the situation. He said...

Curt Schilling Lost More Than $50 Million on Video Game Company

Former Diamondbacks, Red Sox, and Phillies ace Curt Schilling has lost “north of $50 million” in the bankruptcy of his video game company, 38 Studios. The company had received a $75 million loan guarantee from Rhode Island to move from Massachusetts, but bankruptcy filings show 38 Studios owes “between $100 million and $500 million” despite only having about ten percent of...

Curt Schilling lost entire fortune on collapse of video game company

Former major-league pitcher Curt Schilling said today that the collapse of his 38 Studios video company has probably cost him his entire baseball fortune. In his first interview since the company filed for bankruptcy protection on June 7, Schilling said during a 90-minute interview on WEEI-FM in Boston that he personally invested more than $50 million of his own money in the company...

Curt Schilling to Join 'Dennis and Callahan' In-Studio Friday Morning to Discuss His Video Game Company's Bankruptcy

Since Curt Schilling's 38 Studios video game company declared bankruptcy amid much controversy, the former Red Sox pitcher has been mostly silent. That will change on Friday morning when Schilling joins the Dennis & Callahan Show in-studio at 7 a.m. to discuss his video game company's demise and the fallout of it all. Schilling will also take calls from listeners. Tune...

Curt Schilling is broke—loses more than $50 million in video game company

Schilling: Baseball Money "Probably All Gone"

((HT: MyFoxBoston)) Curt Schilling broke his silence on the collapse of his video game business, 38 Studios, on WEEI-AM's "Dennis and Callahan" show this morning... And it wasn't pretty from Schilling... Schilling also said that he thinks that Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee's comments when all this hit the fan last month harmed 38 Studios as...

Ortiz Speaks Out, Schilling Speaks Up, Santos Wants In

It’s a busy Friday in the Boston sports media world. The Red Sox continued their strong play of late with a 6-5 comeback win over the Marlins at Fenway Park. Rookie Will Middlebrooks was the hero, tying the game with the two-run homer in the eighth inning. Before the game, David Ortiz spoke out against the media crush this week following the “Toxic Clubhouse” reports. David...
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