In 2004, Curt Schilling
ignored his doctor's advice and hobbled to the pitcher's mound with a wounded right ankle to win Game Two of the World Series, clenching the second of four straight victories against the St. Louis Cardinals and proving that the Curse of the Bambino
had run its course.
The blood-stained sock worn by Schilling on that day is now stuff of Boston legend and had become quite an icon during the series. It seemed to be a piece of memorabilia that Schilling wouldn't dare part with, but his recent business dealings have forced his hand. And foot.
If you find yourself in need of a used bloody sock to frame in your sports den, you can start the bidding
on February 4th. Schilling hopes to raise at least $100,000 through the auction.