Posted by Mary Caraccioli | Filed under Videos
Curt Schilling knows how to win games, just ask folks in Boston and Arizona. But now the 46-year old former baseball pitcher is hoping to strike gold with a new game- his own business.
That business is a video game company called 38 Studios. This week the company released its first game to rave reviews. Considering more money is spent a year on video games than movie tickets, the former Red Sox pitcher could see bigger earnings from this, than from his legendary time on the mound.
I spoke with Schilling when the game was still in development about his new career and about his real motivation for success- his family.