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Ousted Orioles manager Buck Showalter sells home outside Baltimore

Ousted Orioles manager Buck Showalter sells home outside Baltimore
Former Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter has sold his Maryland home for $1.4 million after it spent two months on the market. (Patrick Semansky / AP)

Buck Showalter’s run as the Orioles manager has come to a close, and so has his time in Maryland. The veteran coach has sold his Baltimore County home for $1.4 million, records show.

He listed it for $1.495 million on Oct. 4 – a day after news broke that the club wouldn’t be renewing his contract following a historically bad season.

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Built in 1990 but remodeled a decade ago, the two-story home sits on 1.6 acres. Hardwood floors and several windows fill the 5,579-square-foot interior, which has five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

On the main level, there’s a sun-filled foyer, dining area, office, center-island kitchen and living room with a stone fireplace. The master suite, complete with French doors and a walk-in closet, has a fireplace as well.

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The backyard is a mix of grass, trees and landscaping. A stone-paver path leads to a swimming pool, and the grounds also hold a shed and fire pit.

Linda Seidel and Carole Glick of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. held the listing. Elaine Bierly with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices represented the buyer.

Showalter, 62, has coached four MLB teams: the Yankees, Diamondbacks, Rangers and Orioles. He was thrice crowned AL Manager of the Year in 1994, 2004 and 2014.

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