Curt Schilling's greatest moment came in Game 6 of the 2004 American League Championship Series. Schilling pitched through a sutured and bloodied right ankle to take away the game — and later the series — from the Yankees.

Less than 8 years later Schilling's fortune has damnably and irrevocably reversed itself. The wizardry that flummoxed baseball's biggest hitters didn't translate to a reliable business acumen. Curt Schilling's videogame company, 38 Studios, is bust, and he's up to his ears in losses and debt.

Writer Jason Schwartz recently spoke with Schilling about what happened — and what's next — and relates their conversation in Boston Magazine.


Jason Schwartz, Senior Editor at Boston Magazine. His new piece is End Game: Inside the Destruction of Curt Schillings' 38 Studios.