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Since former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling fell into some substantial financial trouble, an estate sale at his Medfield home is planned for Saturday, October 12. You won't be able to purchase his blood-soaked World Series sock, but you can score other finds from his 8000 square foot abode (also for sale), including Pottery Barn bunk beds, Tiffany's crystal, and a baby grand piano. [Forbes]