Here’s one for you. Via the Medfield Press:
Sure, he can mow down Yankee batters on a surgically-repaired ankle on the way to the Red Sox’s first World Series win in nearly a century, but can Curt Schilling pull off a real miracle – selling a multi-million dollar home in a depressed real estate market?
The Red Sox ace and playoff hero this week put his 11,000-square-foot Medfield home, complete with pool, elegant spiral staircase, batting cage and nearly 26 acres of property, on sale with an asking price of $8 million.
Looks like ol’ Schill figures there’s no need to stick around Beantown now.