According to reports, former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling has been diagnosed with cancer.
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.
Curt Schilling was honored last week by the Phillies and inducted into the team’s Wall Of Fame. As it turns out, he was lucky to be anywhere at all last week.
They didn’t win it all, but the 1993 Phillies remain one of the most beloved Philadelphia sports teams ever.
Curt Schilling will be inducted into the Phillies Wall Of Fame, Brad Lidge to retire a Phillie.
If you buy a collectible, how do you know if it’s real and what can you do if it isn’t?
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Phillies are holding an online vote to determine which player will be added to their Wall Of Fame in 2013. Fans can select up to three favorites from the 12-man ballot. […]
Chris Ivy, director of sports for Texas-based Heritage Auctions, says online bidding begins around Feb. 4. Live bidding will take place Feb. 23.
94WIP’s Howard Eskin and Al Morganti debate whether Curt Schilling should be in the Hall Of Fame.
Chris analyzes the Obama Administration’s next move to implement gun control, the President’s next set of cabinet nominations, and he details New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s media rounds following his State of the State address. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey about the debt ceiling debate and Governor Corbett about his decision to sue the NCAA over sanctions imposed against Penn State.
Rhode Island’s economic development agency on Thursday sued former Philliespitcher Curt Schilling.
Curt Schilling auction begins today, but no bloody sock.
Computers, speaker systems, that once belonged to Curt Schilling’s video game are on the auction block.
Former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling might have to sell the famed blood-stained sock he wore during the 2004 World Series to cover millions of dollars in loans he guaranteed to his failed video game company.