One Hall of Fame Pitcher
Having a Ball!

Ten Ton Hammer's Cody Bye met up with future MLB Hall of Fame pitcher
Curt Schilling at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week to
discuss the latest happenings at the game development company he
founded, 38 Studios, his gaming background, corporate philosophy, and
much more.

"I love the social aspect of online games because I'm
not Curt
Schilling the Boston Red Sox pitcher, I'm a member of a group of
people. I don't have that social interaction away from the ballpark a
lot. Eventually the people that I grouped with and guilded with and the
guilds that I ran, everybody knew who I was, but it wasn't really a big
deal, which made it fun for me."

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

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