There was a steady stream of a combination of memorabilia collectors and bargain hunters showing up Saturday at the Medfield home of former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.  Shoppers were allowed to browse the 8,000 square foot house that featured everything from fine china to a Hummer golf cart.

On her Facebook page, Schilling's wife said the estate sale was her idea to downsize to a smaller home, not because they need the money.   Schilling's 38 Studio video game company went belly up and he is now being sued by the Rhode Island EDC.   Tax payers were left on the hook for the $75 million loan guarantee Schilling was given to open the company in the Ocean State.   The former Sox player says he lost $50 million of his own money on the failed company.

No pictures were allowed to be taken on the property or inside of the house yesterday, but some have shown up online.   They show a beautiful home with a game room, spa and a bar.