Dodgers pitching great Orel Hershiser has sold a home in Las Vegas for the asking price of $227,750.
Hershiser, who owns a number of investment properties in Clark County, put the home on the market in October and had a buyer in three days, records show. He paid $210,000 for the property in 2008.
Located in Summerlin North, the two-story home has an eat-in kitchen, a living room, a loft, three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in about 1,600 square feet. Sliding doors open to a concrete patio and lawn.
Among the community features is a park with tennis and basketball courts.
Brian Wedewer of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Nevada Properties was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Claudia Coordes of VK Realty Services represented the buyer in the sale, which closed in late November.
Hershiser, 56, spent the bulk of his 18-season career wearing Dodger blue and white, winning the National League Cy Young and World Series MVP awards in 1988. He returned to the Dodgers organization as a color commentator for SportsNet LA in 2014 after working as a baseball analyst for ESPN.
He maintains a full-time residence at the Red Rock Country Club community in Summerlin.