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Orioles Legend Cal Ripken Puts $12.5M Maryland Estate on Auction Block


Ripken is a Maryland native who played all his 21 seasons with his ... Over his career, Ripken batted in 1,695 runs and hit 431 home runs. Luke Stangel writes about real estate, technology, and startups. His work has been published in the Mercury News ...


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Related Articles Hall of Famer Mike Piazza Lists Massive Miami Beach Villa for $18.5M Derek Jeter Now Renting (and Possibly Buying) Luxe Miami Condo Phillies Legend Jimmy Rollins Sets Record With Encino Estate Purchase Aerial viewDeCaro Auctions International Basketball courtDeCaro Auctions International Home gymDeCaro Auctions International Locker roomrealtor.com Sports facilityrealtor.com Batting cagerealtor.com There’s an indoor basketball court with electronic scoreboard, a well-appointed home gym, artificial pond and dock, a locker room, sports facility, and indoor batting cageAnd in case you happen to be raising a pint-size future Hall of Famer, there’s a custom-built baseball diamond in the backyard Baseball fieldrealtor.com The home itself is bright and open, with a French country designThe living room has a soaring ceiling, fireplace, and built-in bookcases. The chef's kitchen has a large island, glass-front refrigerator, gas range, and dark granite countertops Living roomDeCaro Auctions International KitchenDeCaro Auctions International There’s a formal dining room with french doors leading to the patio, and a home theater with a faux ticket boothThe master bedroom has a sitting area with fireplaceAfter a day of hitting baseballs, you can soak in the home’s pool, or lounge in the pool house Home theaterDeCaro Auctions International Pool houseDeCaro Auctions International If you’re in Maryland and want to tour the house, DeCaro Auctions International will hold open houses on Saturdays and Sundays starting in mid-AprilThe auction is scheduled for May 12.Ripken is a Maryland native who played all his 21 seasons with his hometown OriolesNicknamed “The Iron Man,” Ripken holds the record for most consecutive major-league baseball games played (2,632), and helped his team to a World Series victory in 1983He is a 19-time All-Star, and was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007Over his career, Ripken batted in 1,695 runs and hit 431 home runs. 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