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Padres manager Bud Black snags San Diego condo

Padres manager Bud Black snags San Diego condo
SAN DIEGO, CA - MAY 24: San Diego Padres manager Bud Black #20, left, greets San Diego area firefighters before a baseball game against the Chicago Cubs at Petco Park May 24, 2014 in San Diego, California. (Denis Poroy / Getty Images)

Bud Black, the former Angels pitching coach and current manager of the San Diego Padres, has purchased a condominium in San Diego’s Little Italy for $589,000.

The unit, on the third floor of a San Diego high-rise, features an upgraded floor plan with custom tile flooring, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Its nearly 1,200 square feet of living space includes a modernized kitchen, a sitting room, two bedrooms and two baths.

Building amenities include a clubhouse with a lap pool and spa, a fitness center, gated parking, an outdoor barbecue area and a rooftop terrace with bay views.

Black, 57, played 15 Major League seasons as a left-handed pitcher for five different teams. He was the Angels pitching coach from 2000-06 prior to joining the Padres as manager in 2007.

The property originally came to market in May at $599,000. Sale of the unit closed on June 13. Anthony Napoli of SD Homes was the listing agent. An agent at Seapoint Real Estate represented Black in the sale.

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