New Dodgers exec Andrew Friedman lists Florida home for sale

The new head of baseball operations for the Dodgers is asking $2.35 million for his waterfront home in St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Andrew Friedman, the new head of baseball operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has put his waterfront home in St. Petersburg, Fla., on the market at $2.35 million.

The Mission-style residence, designed for formal entertaining and casual indoor-outdoor living, includes a covered lounge, outdoor fireplaces, an infinity-edge pool and private dock with a boat lift.

Entered through a gated driveway, the 4,265-square-foot floor plan features hardwood flooring, stone accents and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. Among features is a living room with a cut coral fireplace, an updated kitchen and a master suite with a large walk-in closet. In all, the home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Outdoors, the covered patio sports an outdoor kitchen and a fireplace. An additional outdoor fireplace sits off of the living room.


Friedman, who turns 38 this month, joined the Dodgers front office in October after a decade with the Tampa Bay Rays. His contract with the Dodgers will pay him a reported $35 million over the next five years, making him the highest-paid executive in baseball.

Records show that Friedman purchased the home, found near the mouth of Snell Harbor, in December 2010 for $1.75 million. Bonnie Strickland of Re/Max Metro holds the listing.

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