By Erika Niedowski, The Associated Press
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The remnants of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's defunct video game company — from graphic animation equipment to model airplanes he is said to have made and kept in his office — are being sold off at the company's former Providence headquarters.
Curt Schilling (Credit: Getty Images)The second of two auctions of 38 Studios' assets began Tuesday morning at the company's old office building downtown, where Schilling and nearly 300 employees used to work. About 2,100 lots are slated to be sold off during an auction expected to run at least a full day.
Hundreds of potential bidders showed up for the start of the auction and some snatched up items including lamps, a wheelchair and swords used to create sound effects for video games.Read More »from From computers to swords, assets of Curt Schilling’s failed video game company being sold off