IF YOU'RE A FAN of ESPN Films' "30 for 30" series you will want to tune in to Tuesday's segment titled "Broke," which is about once-wealthy athletes who are now struggling financially.
Among the athletes featured in the documentary is former Phillies ace Curt Schilling, who owns three World Series rings - one with the Diamondbacks, two with the Red Sox.
After his career, Schilling created 38 Studios, a business that produced video games. Schilling is on record as saying he lost approximately $50 million in the venture.
Others featured in the film, directed by Billy Corben, include former NBA star Jamal Mashburn, former major leaguer Cliff Floyd and former NFL receiver Andre Rison, who helped the Packers beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI.