Double play: Baseball player Coco Crisp lists another home in Rancho Mirage

Professional baseball player Coco Crisp has put a second home in Rancho Mirage on the market for $1.9 million.
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Professional baseball player Coco Crisp is ready to make another move to his home roster. He’s put a home in the Rancho Mirage area back on the market for $1.9 million.

Not to be confused with Crisp’s other Rancho Mirage estate, which currently lists for $9.995 million, the single-story house sits on more than half an acre in the guard-gated Thunderbird Cove community.

The multilevel house, built in 1985 and since updated, has an exotic yet contemporary feel. Beyond the stacked-stone entry, the 8,520 square feet of open-plan space centers on a step-down living room with two-sided fireplace. Ribboned stone floors, wood-paneled ceilings and expanses of glass are among the details.


Other features include a wraparound wet bar, a center-island kitchen and a wine cellar. The master suite has two walk-in closets and a fireplace for a total of four bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

Outside, a covered patio opens to a resort-style swimming pool with swim-up seating and a spa. Native plantings, tall palms and a cascading waterfall complete the setting.

Patricia Eppelheimer of Regency Residential holds the listing.

Crisp, 37, finished last season with the American League champion Cleveland Indians after being acquired in a midseason trade with the Oakland A’s. The quick-footed outfielder won a championship with the Red Sox in 2007.


He is currently a free agent.

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