Curt Schilling’s dream died quite quickly at 38 Studios

Late on the afternoon of May 16, Governor Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island braced himself for a full-on sales pitch from Curt Schilling, the gregarious former Red Sox ace who had talked the state into loaning his video game company $75 million.

Schilling’s firm desperately needed more money, and this was the day for him to make the case.

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