Coco Crisp not only has one of the best names in baseball and a World Series ring to go along with it, but he also has a decked-out Mediterranean-style home in Rancho Mirage, California, that he is apparently ready to move on from for $9.995 million.
Crisp purchased the 17,870-square-foot mansion for $7 million, and the seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms weren’t the only reasons that the Oakland Athletics outfielder scooped up the home in 2013.
The inside of the home features a private screening room, a wine cellar with a tasting room, a saltwater aquarium, a gym, and a pair of palm trees growing into the master bathroom. The exterior boasts a pool, a grotto, a lagoon with a waterfall, a bevy of bars, a barbecue pit, a gazebo, and other entertainment-friendly amenities.
Crisp has also added a batting cage to stay sharp in the offseason and a miniature Wiffle ball field with padded outfield walls and an electronic scoreboard.
Located just outside of Palm Springs, Crisp’s soon-to-be former house has all of the features of a luxury resort with the advantage of being a private home.