(Updated) Estate sale at Curt Schilling’s Medfield home this weekend

Curt Schilling. Credit: Getty Images
Curt Schilling.
Credit: Getty Images

If there’s one thing we learned from Curt Schilling’s upcoming estate sale, it’s that the former Red Sox ace has a lot of junk.

Schilling, whose Rhode Island gaming company collapsed, is having a company hold an estate sale at his Medfield home on Saturday.

Consignworks has posted pictures of the scores of items available for sale. The items range from a standard microwave and various video games to his clothes and kitchenware. Also listed for potential sale is a bathrobe with Schilling’s name and playing number on the back.

Consignworks described the estate sale as one that will “knock your Sox off.”

Schilling has had many financial troubles since his gaming business, 38 Studios, failed and filed for bankruptcy after moving from Massachusetts to Rhode Island.

Earlier this year, Schilling sold his World Series bloody sock at auction for $92,000.

“No, the bloody sock is not for sale, but exquisite furniture, decor and other home furnishings will all be for sale,” the company said on its website.

Because of the large number of items that are being put up for sale, the company said that it extended the hours of the event. A police detail has also been hired for the sale.

Those who attend the estate sale will find countless items including inflatable party decorations, a Hummer golf cart and a drum set.

Besides the items inside the home, Schilling has also put up for sale the house itself.

The 7-bedroom, 8-bathroom home has a tennis court, swimming pool and sits on 26 acres. It is listed at $3 million. It last sold for $4.5 million in 2004.

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