Curt Schilling, the former Boston Red Sox pitcher whose failed 38 Studios video-game company triggered debate in Rhode Island over moral obligation debt, plans to sell off personal items from his Medfield, Mass., home on Oct. 12.

The Boston Globe reported that CosignWorks Inc. of Dudley, Mass., will manage the estate sale, mostly consisting of "the more mundane items of Schilling's domestic life," including candlesticks, couches and artificial potted plants.

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