San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Matt Cain is aiming to bring in a home run with the sale of his house in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
The 11,021-square-foot desert abode was listed last year for $5.85 million. Cain just raised the asking price to $5.995 million.
Sited on two aces of rolling lawns and luscious greenery, with a stream that runs into a koi pond, a putting green, and a swimming pool, the gated, single-story main residence has six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.
Parquet floors line the dining room, the office features mahogany panels, and beamed ceilings shelter the great room.
A separate guesthouse was transformed into a media room.
There is also an eight-car garage and a workshop on the grounds.
The three-time All-Star and World Series champion, who has pitched over 2,000 innings in his career, bought the residence three years ago for $5.5 million.
The listing is held by Jonathan Wall of DPR Realty.
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