Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is followed by members of the media on May 21, 2012, as he departs the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation headquarters in Providence, R.I.
TIMONIUM, Md. (AP) - Computers, speaker systems and even a pool table that once belonged to Curt Schilling's video game company are on the auction block.
The former Red Sox pitcher's company, 38 Studios, filed for bankruptcy in June and is getting rid of everything from electronics to furniture.
The first of two auctions is scheduled for Tuesday in Maryland. The second will be held next week at the firm's Providence headquarters.
The products were on display Monday at a Timonium, Md., office building that once housed Big Huge Games, a studio acquired by Schilling's 38 Studios in 2009.
Rhode Island lured the company from Massachusetts with a $75 million loan guarantee. Auctioneer Sal Corio says there's been ample interest in the auctions, but he doesn't expect them to raise $75 million.
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