Location: Seattle, WA
Bed(s): 7 | Bath(s): 5 | Square Footage: 7,100 | Price: $5,350,000
On April 17, 2012 Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher to ever win a major league contest when the 49-year-old was the starting pitcher in a 5 – 3 win over the San Diego Padres. Moyer, who has been with eight major league teams including his current Colorado Rockies team, picked up his 268th career win. If he ever retires, he is destined for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Moyer went to spring training this year attempting a comeback with the Colorado Rockies, after missing last season with an injury, and he made the team. He made his major league debut in 1986 with the Chicago Cubs and has spent the last quarter century pitching in the big leagues. Most of his success came between 1996-2006 with the Seattle Mariners. Moyer’s estate in Seattle is currently up for sale and priced at $5.35 million.
This 7,100 square foot estate is set on nearly half an acre. There are seven bedrooms and five baths with three fireplaces. Built in 1933, the outside and inside of the home is brick. There are full length glass windows throughout and hardwood oak floors. The backyard is one of the highlights with a saltwater pool, bath house, croquet yard, batting cage and an outdoor pizza oven.
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