MLB Houses
Apr 4, 2012Other Sports
House Hunters MLB: 13 Best Baseball Player Houses Money Can Buy

House Hunters MLB: 13 Best Baseball Player Houses Money Can Buy

Who's in the mood to drop between $595,000 & $19,800,000 on a house these days? Are you a baseball junkie who wants to live in a house where your hero has slept? If you're in the market for a new pad and have the money, we suggest these 12 homes that need a buyer. Help these cash strapped former & current millionaires get out from under houses such as Adrian Beltre & his 15 bath mansion. Here is the ultimate piece of memorabilia. JUMP!

Feb 22, 2012Other Sports
Nomar Garciaparra Selling His California Childhood Home; $595k  [PHOTOS]

Nomar Garciaparra Selling His California Childhood Home; $595k [PHOTOS]

Not sure what finally made Nomar Garciaparra unload his Whittier, California childhood home, but it's on the market and can be all yours for only $595,000. Documents show that Nomar & Mia Hamm took ownership of the one-story house in 2010. His father bought it for $44,500 in 1976. Will your kid eventually hit .300 and drive in 120 if he sleeps in Nomar's room? Of course not. JUMP!

Jan 11, 2012Other Sports
John Smoltz Unloading $7.2MM, 18,000 Sq. Ft. Junker [PHOTOS]

John Smoltz Unloading $7.2MM, 18,000 Sq. Ft. Junker [PHOTOS]

There's one of two things going on with John Smoltz right now: (a.) He's getting bored with his 18,000 sq. ft. Georgia house on a golf course, or (b.) his ass is leaking cash. See, there was news in 2011 that Smoltz had some trouble with real estate in Wyoming where he went through a "strategic foreclosure." That brings us to the news that Smoltzy has put this gigantic f-you pad on the market for only $7.2mm. Dude made $135mm in his career. Something is going on here. JUMP!