Fans flock to Schilling’s midnight delivery
When 250 people line up for autographs from former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, baseballs are usually involved. But on Monday night, at a GameStop video game store in Bellingham, Schilling scrawled his name on dozens of copies of “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning,’’ the first release from his video game company, 38 Studios LLC of Providence, R.I. The reception appeared to please Schilling. “I knew two years ago that we had something special,’’ he said.