Curt Schilling may need to sell his famous bloody sock in order to pay off a debt made by his failed venture into video game production.
Schilling's failed company, the Providence, Rhode Island based 38 Studios, owes $150 million to creditors, including a $100 million loan from the state of Rhode Island.
Schilling listed his bloody sock among many items as collateral to a bank in September. Including a hat worn by New York Yankees great and Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig and Schilling's World War II collection.
The bloody sock that was listed is not the one from the 2004 ALCS against the Yankees, but rather the bloody sock from the 2004 World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals.
The sock is currently at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. A spokesman for the museum declined to say whether Schilling had requested the item back from the Hall of Fame.