Retired relief pitcher Bob Howry, who played for such Major League teams as the Cubs, White Sox and Giants, has sold his home in Peoria, Ariz., for $1.975 million.
The expansive contemporary, built for the baseball player in 2008, looks like a vast warehouse in the desert from above with its flat roof covered in solar panels.
Inside, the open-space floor plan is set up for entertaining with a formal living room that opens to a center-island kitchen and breakfast area. A lower-level lounge comes complete a game/media room and wet bar. A home theater with tiered seating has a snack bar.
The 8,771 square feet of living space also include a formal dining room, an office, a gym, five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The one-acre grounds contain a swimming pool with a beach entry, a spa and a putting green.
Howry, 45, appeared in 769 games during 13 MLB seasons. He retired in 2011.