MEDFIELD (AP) - Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has put his 20-room Massachusetts home on the market for nearly $3.5 million several months after the collapse of his Providence-based video game company.
WPRI-TV reports the home is being listed by Landmark Residential, which describes an "extremely private" property with amenities for "relaxed family gatherings and sports enthusiasts." The 11,000-square-foot home on 26 acres has a heated pool with waterfall, a beach volleyball court, batting and pitching cages and a putting green. It also had been listed for sale in 2008.
Schilling's 38 Studios was lured from Massachusetts to Rhode Island with a $75 million state loan guarantee. The company filed for bankruptcy in June.
Schilling has said he invested as much as $50 million of his own money in 38 Studios and lost all his baseball earnings.