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Schilling holds estate sale at former Mass. home
Saturday - 10/12/2013, 1:40pm EDT
MEDFIELD, Mass. (AP) -- Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is holding an estate sale at his former Massachusetts home featuring everything from sofas and a Hummer golf cart to towels and a Santa suit.
An estate sale company ushered people into the 8,000-square-foot home in Medfield on Saturday.
Rhode Island's economic development agency is suing Schilling over his video game company's collapse. The agency approved a $75 million loan guarantee for 38 Studios, which went bankrupt. Schilling has said he lost all his baseball earnings in the company.
His wife, Shonda, said on Facebook they're holding the sale not because they need the money but because they're downsizing into a new home.
The Medfield residence is for sale.
The Associated Press briefly attended the sale with advance permission but was asked to leave.
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