Curt Schilling, the former Boston Red Sox pitcher, said in an interview today with WEEI-FM that he lost more than $50 million on his video game company 38 Studios.
"I'm tapped out," he told the Boston radio station. "The money that I had earned and saved in baseball was all gone. ... I put everything in my name in this company. I believed in it. ... But I'm not asking for sympathy. That was my choice."
Schilling, who said he never took a salary from 38 Studios, explained to ABC News his...Full Story