Six-time Major League All-Star pitcher Curt Schilling is having an estate sale. 

The former Boston Red Sox star's bankruptcy from his failed video gaming company is forcing him to sell the contents of his suburban Boston home and the home itself. 

The estate sale is set for this Saturday at Schilling's home in Medfield, which he bought in 2004 from New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe.

The Schilling home is listed for nearly three-million dollars.  It features eight-thousand square-feet of space with seven bedrooms and sits on a 26-acre lot. 

Some of the items for sale include a Hummer golf cart, a custom 13-foot dining table with ten chairs, and a baby grand piano.  (Metro Networks Inc)