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Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke pitches Studio City Craftsman once more

Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke pitches Studio City Craftsman once more
Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke has relisted his Studio City Craftsman for $6.995 million, down around half a million from when he first shopped the home around in January. (James Moss)

MLB pitcher Zack Greinke, who now plays for the Diamondbacks after a three-year stint with the Dodgers, has trimmed more than half a million off the price of his Craftsman-style home in Studio City. It’s now on the market for $6.995 million.

Records show the five-time All-Star picked up the property five years ago for $4.575 million. The sale arrived a few months after he signed a six-year deal with the Dodgers worth $147 million, which at the time was the largest contract ever inked by a right-handed pitcher.

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Two structures fill out the 1-acre compound: a guesthouse with its own garage and game room, and a colossal main house wrapped in wood and tapered stone columns.

Maple wood was used for the floors, millwork and pitched ceilings found throughout the 10,015-square-foot interior. Other stylish flairs include a foyer with stained-glass clerestory windows and five fireplaces wrapped in stone.

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In three stories, there are seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, including an eight-room master suite that spans 2,100 square feet under custom wood ceilings. There’s also a center-island kitchen, indoor-outdoor living and dining rooms, a gym, movie theater and receiving room with a wet bar.

A wraparound patio extends the living space outside, where trees surround a grassy backyard with a stone patio, pool, spa and putting green.

Craig Knizek of the Agency holds the listing.

Greinke first put the home up for sale in January for $7.55 million.

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The 34-year-old has played for the Royals, Brewers and Angels in addition to the Dodgers and Diamondbacks, and he pitched his way to a Cy Young Award with Kansas City in 2009. This season, he has 14 wins in a campaign that finds the Diamondbacks hunting for a spot in the National League wild-card race.

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