Ex-Red Sox pitcher David Price selling this $6.5M Boston-area mansion

David Price is no longer used for Boston.
The Red Sox swapped the experienced left-hander with outfielder Mookie Betts for the Los Angeles Dodgers in February, ending Price's four-year tenure in Boston.
As a result, Price no longer needs the $ 6.5 million Newton, Massachusetts villa that Realtor.com recently launched.
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The mansion is suitable for a professional elite athlete with a contract for $ 217 million: It covers an area of ​​12,000 square meters and includes seven bathrooms, mahogany wooden floors and a master suite with a spa bath and a fitness room Home theater, a wine cellar and a game room, "via Realtor.com.
Here's a small selection of what the place looks like, courtesy of Realtor.com, where you can see more photos:
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The mansion is already up for sale, so it seems Price will be putting some money back in his pocket after giving Dodgers Minor Leagern $ 1,000 each in June.
The 34-year-old owns properties in Naples, Florida, his hometown Nashville, Tennessee, and Arizona, but maybe he will add a home in Los Angeles to his portfolio after breaking his last connection with Boston.
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Ex-Red Sox pitcher David Price, who sold this $ 6.5 million mansion in the Boston region, originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

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