Former Boston Red Sox Pitcher Curt Schilling selling items from his home at estate sale this weekend

Curt Schilling 2007Estate Sales News has learned from WBZ in Boston that former Red Sox pitching ace Curt Schilling is selling items from his home in Medfield, MA through ConsignWorks this weekend.

Furniture and many household items will be for sale, but one of the special items included in the sale is a “Bambini” backyard ice resurfacer, a Hummer golf cart, a Studio 38 drafting table, and a baseball glove chair.

According to the WBZ and Curt Schilling will not be selling any of his baseball memorabilia. In the early part of this year he sold his 2004 famous bloody sock at auction for $90,000. Mr. Schilling says he lost most of his money from his playing career in a failed company.

His home has been for sale since 2008 and is reduced to $2.8 million.

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE SALE ON EstateSales.net

 

 

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