Hey Baseball Lovers in Nashville, TN - Want to See the Homes of Your Favorite Baseball Players? Let's start with Albert Pujols...
As a newlywed to a baseball fanatic (and now a baseball widow as well), I'm posting a fun baseball blog post for all you baseball fans!
Inman News (Real Estate News Provider) sent an email out today with a blog post entitled '10 houses baseball stars have called home'. Apparently Inman News received it from Zillow, so I'm the 3rd repost that I know of (there are probably more floating around out there).
You can view all 10 homes on Inman's site, but the one that particularly appealed to my husband (and thus myself) was the home of Albert Pujols. Here's the post:
A World Series championship with the Cardinals in 2011 after 11 seasons in St. Louis was not enough to keep perennial All-Star Albert Pujols in the Midwest. Instead, the slugging first baseman opted for a lucrative free-agent deal worth $254 million in the American League with the Anaheim Angels where the 32-year-old Puerto Rico native can surely extend his career as a designated hitter.
But so far, there's no sign that Pujols is selling his French-chateau-style house back in upscale Wildwood -- the 'burbs west of St. Louis. For Pujols, who was second to only the great Stan Musial as a Cardinal icon, it turns out that his stint in St. Louis really was his Gateway to the West.
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