The flagship game under development by Curt Schilling’s defunct video game company failed to sell at auction because no “acceptable” offers were made, and only two pieces of intellectual property went for $320,000, the firm’s court-appointed receiver said Friday.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling — whose video game company collapsed into bankruptcy last year, prompting a high-profile lawsuit in Rhode Island — is selling off furniture, sports collectibles and even artificial plants from his Massachusetts home.
Rhode Island’s economic development agency on Thursday sued former Philliespitcher Curt Schilling.
Curt Schilling auction begins today, but no bloody sock.
Curt Schilling is facing something in business he didn’t face much in baseball, failure.