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Schilling retires from baseball to focus on games

Red Sox pitcher and 38 Studio's founder ends 23-year career as athlete

Curt Schilling, the founder of MMO developer 38 Studios, has announced his retirement from professional baseball to pursue videogame development.

"This party has officially ended," the Boston Red Sox pitcher wrote on his blog. "After being blessed to experience 23 years of playing professional baseball in front of the world's best fans in so many different places, it is with zero regrets that I am making my retirement official."

Last year, spoke with Schilling and 38 Studio's CEO, Brett Close, about their plans with to enter the MMO space with their upcoming project Copernicus.

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