Location: Boston, MA
Bed(s): 4 | Bath(s): 3 | Square Footage: 2,500 | Price: $3,100,000
After spending his first seven Major League seasons with the Boston Red Sox, Jonathan Papelbon is now entering his first season in Philadelphia with the Phillies. He was an All-Star four consecutive seasons from 2006-2009. He has 219 career saves and a 2.33 career earned run average, making him one of the most dominant closers over the past seven years. The four-year $50 million contract Papelbon signed over the winter means his home in Boston is up for sale. The $3.1 million pad on Beacon Street is located real close to Fenway Park.
This penthouse, located in downtown Boston is 2,500 square feet with marble and hardwood flooring as well as custom cabinetry. This four bedroom, three bath also has a nursery with two seats from Fenway Park included. The kitchen is filled with the finest appliances and copper fixtures. There is access to a roof, via an elevator where there are two deck tops. One of the decks has a hot tub overlooking the Charles River Basin and the downtown area.
As one of the most dominating pitchers in the National League, Matt Cain helped lead the San Francisco Giants to the 2010 World Series Championship. He was an All-Star in 2009 and 2011. He made his Major League debut in 2005 at the age of 20 and has spent all six of his Major League seasons with the...More