Location: San Francisco, CA
Bed(s): 4 | Bath(s): 3 | Square Footage: 2,815 | Price: $1,800,000
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 Giants. He has a career 3.35 ERA with 69 wins in six full seasons. His home in downtown San Francisco has a listing price of $1.795 million.
With floor-to-ceiling windows and some amazing views of the bay, this four bedroom and three bath home is 2,815 square feet. It offers a kitchen that has been completely updated along with a solarium. The home, built in 1968 is located in the Diamond Heights area and has been completely remodeled on the inside. However it might be too late to purchase this home. Several Bay area agents report that Matt has accepted an offer of $1.8 million for the home - $5,000 over the asking price.
This eight-time All-Star selection spent 20 of his 21 full seasons with the Atlanta Braves. He won the National League Cy Young award in 1996 and was a World Series champion in 1995. Smoltz began his career as a starting pitcher and finished his career with 213 wins. He also had 154 saves and a care...More