Former MLB MVP and six-time All-Star Miguel Tejada has relisted his waterfront property in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with a large cut in the asking price after the home jumped around the market since 2013.
Tejada’s 5,387-square-foot Old Spanish-style mansion is now up for sale for $4 million, more than 25 percent less than the $5.5 million he originally listed the home for in 2013. The Dominican-born shortstop purchased the home for $3.5 million in 2008, but reportedly filed for bankruptcy in 2015.
The home holds five bedrooms and sits on 94 feet of Intracoastal Waterway property with a 124-foot dock, library, home theater, wine room, and a guesthouse.
Tejada, who is currently playing in the Mexican League, had an impressive MLB career before it was marred due to his involvement with performance enhancing drugs. In 2013 the commissioner’s office handed Tejada a 105-game suspension for a drug violation.