It has been 4 1/2 years since Curt Schilling's socks turned red with blood during the 2004 postseason.
And as the former Red Sox hurler announced his retirement this week, we decided to check in on the bloody sock from Game 2 of the World Series.
Schilling's publicist Katie Leighton told us that the contract to display it at the Hall of Fame was renewed for the fourth year and it will remain in Cooperstown indefinitely.
It certainly wouldn't sell for $1 million in this environment, but we think that if it one day hits the auction block, it could command that price.
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