Curt Schilling may give up personal items for company’s bankruptcy

Curt Schilling, former Boston Red Sox pitcher, personally guaranteed a portion of the debt for his company, 38 Studios.  38 Studios filed bankruptcy in June of this year listing over $150 million in debt with a little less than $22 million in assets.

As part of the collateral for the business loans, Schilling pledged his personal assets including the bloody sock he wore during the 2004 World Series championship, World War II memorabilia and a hat believed to be worn by Lou Gehrig.  To read more about this story see “Bankrupt Curt Schilling might have to sell bloody sock.”