Red Sox pitching great Curt Schilling is having trouble with his video-game company
Posted by David Brooks | Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Boston loves Curt Schilling, the former Red Sox pitching of "bloody sock" fame, but Rhode Island might be getting a little wary about him. Deadspin, among varous places, reports that Schilling's video-game company called 38 Studios (after his uniform number) doesn't look too promising, despite taking a $75 million loan from that state.
An interesting tidbit:
Last year Schilling told Reuters that he had invested "$30 million to $35 million" in 38 Studios. A disclosure filing obtained by WPRI shows that Schilling advanced the company $4 million of his own money, and has already been paid back—with funds from the Rhode Island loan.