Coco Crisp lists California home, whiffle-ball diamond for $10 million

Alex Butler
Oakland Athletics' Coco Crisp. UPI/Jim Bryant
Oakland Athletics' Coco Crisp. UPI/Jim Bryant | License Photo

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif., May 20 (UPI) -- Oakland Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp is looking for a buyer for his Coachella Valley kingdom.

It can be had for less than $10 million.


Crisp's Rancho Mirage digs are listed for $9.995 million and feature a baseball diamond, lake, tennis courts, swimming pool, and more.

The extravagant estate is about 17,900 sq. ft., has five bedrooms, an elevator, a game room, a home theater with popcorn machine, a built-in saltwater fish tank, and a gym, according to the Wall Street Journal. The home's master bedroom features an indoor hot tub and sauna.

The home's buyer will have room for friends, as the property includes a two-bedroom guesthouse.

"We'll miss it, but are excited for what lies ahead," Crisp told the Wall Street Journal.

Crisp and his wife bought the home three years ago for $7 million.

Crisp, 36, joined the bigs in 2002 with the Cleveland Indians. Since then, he has piled up 120 home runs and 597 RBI, while hitting .267 for the Indians, Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals, and Athletics.


This season, Crisp is hitting .235, with three home runs and 13 RBI. Crisp has an $11 million salary this season and has a vesting option for $13 million in 2017, with a $750,000 buyout.

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