Former Tiger Damion Easley lists custom estate at $5.5 million

Former @tigers infielder Damion Easley lists his custom sports estate for sale

Baseball fans, take note: A custom estate owned by former Angels and Tigers infielder Damion Easley has come to market in Glendale, Ariz., for $5.5 million.

Commissioned by the retired ballplayer and built in 2005, the Tuscan-style contemporary features a ballpark vibe with custom baseball field-themed showers, a bedroom with a scoreboard mural, a trophy gallery and a gym with an indoor batting cage.

Within the 14,731 square feet of living space are formal living and dining rooms, a dual-island kitchen, an office/den, a home theater with a karaoke stage, six bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. An upper-level entertainment area has a family room, a game room and a wet bar.

Outdoors, the nearly two-acre grounds swing for the fences with a wiffle-ball field, a putting green, a sports court, a sunken trampoline, and a lagoon-style pool and spa with a water slide. Elsewhere is a six-car garage.

Vincent Clark of Arizona Premier Agents has the listing.

Hat tip to Estately for spotting the listing.

Easley, 45, played 17 seasons in the major leagues with the Angels and Tigers, among others, earning an all-star nod and Silver Slugger Award in 1998. He currently serves as an assistant coach for the Peoria Padres of the Arizona League and runs the Warrior Baseball Academy.

Twitter: @NJLeitereg

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