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Giants' Tim Lincecum asks $4 million for Paradise Valley, Ariz., home

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Giants' Tim Lincecum has pitched his Paradise Valley, Ariz., home for sale at $4 million
Tim Lincecum's desert home includes an indoor sports court with a retractable batting cage
Lincecum purchased the property from former Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Kevin Young in 2012

San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum has listed his home, which includes an indoor sports court with a retractable batting cage, in Paradise Valley, Ariz., for sale at just shy of $4 million.

The contemporary home, found near the Giants' spring training facility in Scottsdale, occupies a raised lot on nearly three acres in Paradise Valley Estates with a lagoon-style pool, two waterfalls, a Jacuzzi and an elevated sun deck with an outdoor kitchen.

Within the 11,028 square feet of living space are an elevator, a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen, a game room, an office, a wine room, four bedrooms and five full bathrooms. The master bedroom has a sitting area, a wet bar and modern fireplace.

The indoor sports area, in addition to the basketball court and retractable batting cage, features booth-style seating and adjoins a movie theater with stadium seating and a wet bar.

Lincecum, 30, has notched two Cy Young Awards and a pair of World Series titles in eight seasons with the Giants. He signed a two-year, $35-million contract extension with the team in October.

Records show that the right-hander paid $3.4 million for the home in May 2012. The property was previously owned by former Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Kevin Young. Stacey Beck of HomeSmart is the listing agent.

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