A bloody sock might help out a failed video game company

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Kingdoms of Amalur was made by 38 Studios. 38 Studios was started by Curt Schilling. If you haven't heard, Kingdoms didn't do too well and the other games that 38 Studios had planned are no more. They filed for bankruptcy not too long ago.

Well, a famous bloody sock might help pay off some of the debt that 38 Studios has accrued. Schilling won game six of the American League Championship Series against the New York Yankees in 2004. He was pitching with an ankle injury that caused his sock to be soaked with his blood from the injury. It's one of the more famous pieces of baseball items in recent history.

With 38 Studios needing to pay off some guaranteed loans, Curt Schilling might have to sell that sock along with other items to help pay them off. Just how much he can get for the sock is a total unknown, but I know there are plenty of rabid and wealthy Boston Red Sox fans that would love to have a piece of history.
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