It’s pretty sweet, as most ballplayers’ houses are. Yet nowhere near as large and ostentatious as a lot of ballplayers’ houses are. The price is certainly high, but chalk that up to Seattle area real estate prices. It’s actually not SO much crazier than the sort of place, say, a lawyer or an executive of some kind might have. Crazy for you and me and most everyone else, but somewhat modest by star ballplayer standards.
And will only set you back a cool $3.8 million:
Hernandez, known as King Félix, listed his home on Northeast First Street in West Bellevue for sale on June 24, according to online real estate brokerage Redfin.com. The 10,400-square-foot home was built in 2009. It has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a large theater, and overlooks Meydenbauer Bay on Lake Washington.
He’s not going anywhere. He just got another place in another part of town.
A slide show with 11 pics of the place can be seen here.
(Thanks to Space Nettle for the heads up)
MILWAUKEE — The Brewers had two players and a staff member test positive for the coronavirus at their alternate training site in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee president of baseball operations David Stearns confirmed the positive results Saturday and said they shouldn’t impact the major league team. Teams are using alternate training sites this season to keep reserve players sharp because the minor league season was canceled due to the pandemic.
Stearns said the positive tests came Monday and did not name the two players or the staff member. Players must give their permission for their names to be revealed after positive tests.
The entire camp was placed in quarantine.
“We have gone through contact tracing,” Stearns said. “We do not believe it will have any impact at all on our major league team. We’ve been fortunate to get through this season relatively unscathed in this area. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get all the way there at our alternate site.”
Milwaukee entered Saturday one game behind the Reds and Cardinals for second place in the NL Central, with the top two teams qualifying for the postseason.
The Brewers still will be able to take taxi squad players with them on the team’s trip to Cincinnati and St. Louis in the final week of the season. He said those players have had repeated negative tests and the team is “confident” there would be no possible spread of the virus.
“Because of the nature of who these individuals were, it’s really not going to affect the quarantine group at all,” Stearns said. “We’re very fortunate that the group of players who could potentially be on a postseason roster for us aren’t interacting all that much with the individuals that tested positive.”