On the day he was preparing to join the Red Sox Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012, former pitcher Curt Shilling was once again faced with questions about the demise of his Rhode Island video game company, 38 Studios. “I had a family of 400 people that I was responsible for and I failed them,” Schilling said Friday during a press conference at Fenway Park prior to the induction ceremony. “I took a shot and tried to create something world-changing, and it didn’t work out. I gave it everything I had, literally, and now I’m just trying to manage day-by-day.”
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