Texas Rangers Ace Cole Hamels Selling Unfinished Megamansion in Missouri

Joe Robbins/Getty Images Texas Rangers‘ ace Cole Hamels needs a closer to come in and finish off the Ozarks mansion he’s selling for $9.75 million. Located just outside of Branson, MO, the home is built in a French provincial style and features nearly 32,000 square feet of living space. There are 10 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, six half-baths, and four […]

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Former MLB All-Star Vernon Wells Aims for the Fences With His Texas Mansion

Marc Serota/Getty Images He never donned a uniform for the Rangers or Astros, but former big-leaguer Vernon Wells knows how things are done in Texas. In a word, big. Not only are all 16,238 square feet of his Westlake, TX, mansion up for sale, but the price tag is equally humongous, at $9.9 million. Records show the property was originally […]

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MLB All-Star Derek Lowe Lists Florida Mansion in Tony Golf Community

Steven Freeman/Getty Images; realtor.com On April 27, 2002, MLB All-Star Derek Lowe pitched a no-hitter for the Boston Red Sox, one of baseball’s most hallowed achievements. Now retired, Lowe is looking for another noteworthy achievement: the sale of his Fort Myers, FL, home. On the market for $4.5 million, the 8,157-square-foot home sits on a half-acre lot and features five […]

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Ex-MLB Star Jim Edmonds and Meghan King Edmonds Sell Their Orange County Home

Elsa/Getty Images Former MLB All-Star Jim Edmonds and his wife, “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Meghan King Edmonds, have finally sold their home in Newport Beach, CA, for $3 million. The house initially went on the market last July for $3.4 million. If the five-bedroom, 5.5-bath home looks familiar, you can thank Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchise. The […]

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2-Time World Series Hero Edgar Renteria Lists His Miami Home

Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images Few moments in Miami sports history stand out like the end of the 1997 World Series. Young shortstop Edgar Renteria, with one arm in the air, rounded the bases after hitting a single that won the Florida Marlins their first World Series title in franchise history in Game 7 against the Cleveland […]

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Giants Star Brandon Belt Scores $3.45M Gated Home in Alamo, CA

Rob Tringali/SportsChrome/Getty Images Are giraffes farm animals? Generally, no, but apparently yes in Alamo, CA. That’s because Brandon Belt, first baseman for the San Francisco Giants, whose nickname is “the Baby Giraffe,” closed a deal on a 5,477-square-foot home for $3.45 million in Alamo in late January. “It’s a modern farmhouse,” says Michelle Robichard, the listing agent. “It’s […]

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MVP Miguel Cabrera as Your Landlord? It’s Happening in Florida

Leon Halip/Getty Images If you’re a baseball fan, there’s nothing cooler than hanging out at home with friends and being able to proclaim that the one and only Miguel Cabrera is your landlord. A lucky tenant in Hollywood, FL, can step up to the plate and do just that. The former third baseman for the Marlins and current Detroit […]

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Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan’s Childhood Home for Sale in Texas

Scott Halleran/Getty Images The modest house in Alvin, TX, where Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan grew up, is on the market for $165,000. By many measures, Ryan is the most impressive big-league pitcher of all time. Over his storied 27-year career, he fanned an MLB-record 5,714 batters and tossed seven no-hitters. He played in eight All-Star games and was inducted […]

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‘Crime Dog’ Fred McGriff Chomps Off Half the Price of Tampa Mansion

Jonathan Daniel/Allsport A batter gets three swings in baseball before striking out. Now, a former big-league slugger is ready to take a second swing in real estate with hopes of never having to take strike three. Fred McGriff, who rose to fame as the “Crime Dog” for the dominant Atlanta Braves team of the 1990s, has relisted his mansion […]

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No Curses Here! Cubs Ace Jake Arrieta Selling His Austin Spread

Justin K. Aller/Getty Images After helping the Chicago Cubs break the Curse of the Billy Goat and win the World Series for the first time in 108 years, star pitcher Jake Arrieta hopes his Austin, TX, home doesn’t take as long to find a buyer. Located some 200 miles south of where Arrieta grew up, the five-bedroom home is listed […]

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