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Picture Tour of Celebrity Homes – Famous Baseball Players

Celebrity Homes, Celebrity Houses

Inside this Celebrity House Picture Tour we visit the houses of famous baseball players – from A-Rod’s waterfront mansion to Barry Bonds massive estate.

To see the homes of professional baseball players click the links following each celebrity’s name. The links to these celebrity homes are in all CAPS. If there is a celebrity home picture you’d like to see, please feel free to leave a comment.

With most of the pictures in this celebrity house picture tour you can zoom in and out of the photo, as well as alter the picture’s direction.

Celebrity Homes of Professional Baseball Players

Alex Rodriguez
In 2001, Alex Rodriguez signed the richest contract in sports history – a ten-year $252 million-dollar contract. That buys a lot of house, and A-Rod doesn’t disappoint.

To view Alex Rodriguez’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is centered in the photo with a large oval pool.

Bobby Bonilla
Bobby Bonilla played for 15 seasons, from 1986 to 2001, and for almost as many teams. The New York Mets placed Bonilla on unconditional waivers in 2000, agreeing to pay him $1,193,248.20 each July from 2011 to 2035.

To view Bobby Bonilla’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is centered in the picture with a pool and large backyard.

Barry Bonds
Love him or hate him, Barry Bonds has a house befitting Major Leage Baseball’s home run champ.

To see Barry Bonds’ house, click HERE.

Andy Benes
Andy Benes was the first player selected in the 1988 draft.

To see Andy Benes’ house, click HERE. This celebrity house is centered in the picture with a pool in the backyard.

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Chipper Jones
One of the few players on the list to have only played for one team, Chipper Jones is the Atlanta Braves’ third baseman. He is the only switch hitter in Major League history to have a .300 career batting average with over 300 home runs.

To see Chipper Jone’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is on the corner with a pool and circular driveway.

Hideo Nomo
The Japanese-born Nomo was the first Japanese player to play in the Major Leagues since 1965. Nomo remains the only pitcher to ever throw a no-hitter at Coors Field.

To view Hideo Nomo’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is in the center of the photo with a red roof.

Jermaine Dye
Jermaine Dye hit a home run in his first major league at bat and hasn’t looked back since.

To see Jermaine Dye’s house, click HERE.

John Smoltz
This pitcher for the Atlanta Braves is the only remaining player from the club’s 1991 worst-to-first team.

To see John Smoltz’s house, click HERE. This celebrity home is the large house with a pool in the back yard.

Derek Jeter
The Yankees’ first official team captain since 1995, Derek Jeter is currently in the seventh year of his contract – the second richest in baseball history.

To see Derek Jeter’s house, click HERE. This celebrity home is centered in the picture and has a red roof.

Doug Davis
Double D began his career with the Texas Rangers before pitching with the Toronto Blue Jays, Milwaukee and Arizona.

To see Doug Davis’ house, click HERE.

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Gary Sheffield
Known for his strong opinions and strong play, Sheffield recently released a book entitled, Inside Power.

To see Gary Sheffield’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is in the center of the photo with a pool.

Jason Giambi
In 2001 Giambi signed a seven-year $120 million contract with the Yankees. Two years later he was caught up in the BALCO steroid scandal.

To see Jason Giambi’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house features a lagoon-shaped pool.

Lenny Dykstra
Known for his tough-as-nails play, Dykstra was a fan favorite for many years with the Mets and the Phillies. Currently he operates a car wash in California.

To see Lenny Dykstra’s house, click HERE.

Mark Buehrle
Primarily known as a finesse pitcher, this Chicago White-Sox starter pitched a no-hitter against the Texas Rangers on April 18, 2007.

To see Mark Buehrel’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is the one on the right in the picture with no cars in the driveway.

Mark Grace
Long-time first baseman for the Chicago Cubs and later the Arizona Diamondbacks, Mark Grace now works as a broadcaster for the Diamondbacks.

To see Mark Grace’s house, click HERE. This celebrity house is centered in the picture with a lagoon-shaped pool.

Deion Sanders
Prime Time probably should be listed under football stars – he was a seven-time All-Pro cornerback, but his amazing performance in the 1992 World Series places him here. In that series he batted .533 with four runs, eight hits, two doubles and an RBI – all while playing with a broken bone in his foot.

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To see Deion Sanders home, click HERE. Zoom in on this photo and switch to bird’s eye view to see this amazing celebrity house.

To take an interactive tour inside Deion Sanders home, click HERE.

More Celebrity House Picture Tours

To see more celebrity house photos in the celebrity homes series check out the following tours:

To see Celebrity House Pictures of Famous Basketball Stars, click HERE.

To see the Celebrity House Pictures of Famous Golfers, click HERE.

To view Celebrity House Pictures of Famous Actors Part One, click HERE.

To see Celebrity House Pictures of Famous Actors, Part Two, click HERE.

You can find Celebrity House Pictures of Famous Comedians, HERE.

To view the Celebrity Houses of Famous Actresses photo tour, click HERE.

To view the Celebrity Houses of Famous Musicians photo tour, click HERE.

To see the Celebrity Houses of Famous Directors and Producers, click HERE.

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