1. Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
Last year, we listed Miguel Cabrera's (former) Birmingham home. Listed for just under $2 Million, one can expect nothing less than the best from the home of Cabrera. The 7 bed, 5.2 bathroom home includes a home theater, granite kitchen, paneled library and a wet bar in the lower level.
2. Walter Briggs - Former owner of the Detroit Tigers
Stone Hedge, 9,638 square feet, is the mansion originally built in 1915 for Walter Briggs. The home sold in 2012 for just under $400,000. Inside the home you can find baseball memorabilia.
3. Damion Easley - Detroit Tigers
Former second baseman, put his baseball-themed Arizonian mansion for sale just a few years ago for 5.5 million. This house truly is a home run. With 15,000 square feet, you can find an indoor batting cafe, miniature outdoor ball diamond, a room with a Tiger Stadium mural and shower tiles to form baseball diamonds.
4. Kenny Rogers - Rangers, Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees
Retired baseball player listed his estate for nearly 15 million in 2014. Sitting on 24-acres, this home has a country French chateau, guest house, pool and outdoor entertainment pavilion. Inside you can find an elevator, gourmet kitchen, library 5-bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and nine, yes nine - fireplaces!
5. Mark Teixeira - New York Yankees
8,000 square feet in Westlake Texas, is home to former Texas Rangers player. On the market for $4 million, this home is still owned by Teixeira. This villa overlooks a golf course and lake. 4-bedrooms, eight baths and separate guest house all lie on 1-acre of land.
6. Derek Jeter - New York Yankees
The home of New York Yankees legends home is 30,875 square feet. 7-bedroom, 9 bathroom estate has a 3 car garage and much, much more. This home is the biggest home in all of Hillsborough County, Florida.
7. Alex Rodriguez - New York Yankees
A-Rod purchased this Hollywood Hills home from Meryl Streep for just under $5 million. At 3,700 square feet, this home is sure to impress. This lavish 4-bedroom, 4-bath home is filled with glass walls, stone and fireplaces!
8. Pat Burrell - San Francisco Giants
Pat the Bat lised his Arizonia home for $3.65 million, located just 22 miles away from the Giants spring training facilities. Talk about a short commute to work!
9. John Smoltz - Atlanta Braves
The Atlanta Braves former pitcher, listed his Georgia mansion for $7.2 million a few years back. Sitting on 19.7 acres in a gated community, this home has 10-bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an au pair suite and a studio apartment!