Rhode Island economic development officials met with former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling for hours behind closed doors Monday night to search for ways to save Schilling’s troubled video-game company without exposing taxpayers to further losses.
The company, 38 Studios, has already exhausted funds from a $75 million loan guarantee it received from the Ocean State; taxpayers may be on the hook for millions more in state credits as the company struggles to stay afloat. . . .
Schilling said late Friday night on Facebook that he was relying on his faith: “Hebrews 11:1 has been my go-to the past few weeks.” The verse reads: “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”