As long as I have baseball on the brain tonight with the playoffs going on I figured I'd show you the home of former major league pitcher Bret Saberhagen. Saberhagen, who played for the Kansas City Royals
, the New York Mets
and the Boston Red Sox
, owns a home in Calabasas, California which he recently put on the market. The rebuilt, renovated and remodeled gated compound is on 1.2 acres that includes two guesthouses, a putting green, horse show and bocce ball arena and a 5,600-square-foot main home. Details in the main house include a home theater with eight recliners and a 90-inch screen, a wine cellar that can seat 12 and a family room with a wet bar and multiple flat screen system for watching multiple sporting events. Outside in the cabana there is another flat-screen television so you are never too far away from the latest scores. The decor is a bit heavy on the sports bar look but you have to like a player who displays not just his own but lots of other jerseys on his walls. The LA Times Hot Property column
reports that Saberhagen is looking to move a little closer to the ocean but plans to stay in California. This home is listed at $3.25 million.