Curt Schilling Might Have to Sell the Bloody Sock From Game 6

Former Phillies pitcher Curt Schilling is in a bit of financial trouble after his 38 Studios tanked. Schilling had personally guaranteed loans to the company and says he lost his entire baseball fortune in the the venture. Now, as Schilling looks to make amends with the bank, it looks like he’ll be forced to sell the famed bloody sock he wore in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS along with a bunch of WWII artifacts and a hat believed to have been worn by Lou Gehrig. []