That’s A Lot of Rice-A-Roni

According to the Arizona Republic, YFSF’s favorite Red Sock and his wife sold their Pleasant Valley, Ariz., home for a cool $3.4 million.

At first we thought the Republic perhaps knew something we didn’t — but then we realized that maybe the Business section isn’t the best place to get your sports info.

Curt Schilling, future Hall of Fame major league baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, and his wife Shonda, sold their 8,290-square-foot Paradise Valley home in the Turquoise Hills area north of Mummy Mountain. … Schilling helped pitch the Arizona Diamondbacks to their only World Series title and the Boston Red Sox to their first World Series title in more than 90 years.

2 comments… add one

  • That same $3.4M got Johnny Damon a studio apartment in the East Village. New York real estate, what a pisser…

    SF November 29, 2006, 5:15 pm
  • Schilling has less chance of being a HOFer as Paul O’Neill does. That’s what happens when you only start being good at the age of 30, and fall off at the age of 38.

    Andrew December 1, 2006, 11:40 am

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