Former Red Sox pitcher Jonathan Papelbon recently signed in the off season with Philadelphia Phillies. As the 4 time MLB All-Star gets ready to welcome Philadelphia, Papelbon and wife Ashley have put their Boston house on the market for $3.1M. The couple bought the home, which is less than 2 miles away from Fenway Park, back in 2009 for $2.67M.
Papelbon’s Boston penthouse is 2,500 sq-ft with 3 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms, one of which that’s filled with Red Sox memorabilia and 2 Fenway seats. The home also includes a gourmet kitchen with top-tier appliances & copper fixtures, custom cabinetry, trey ceilings, hardwood and marble flooring throughout, elevator rooftop access with a pair of decks that include a hot tub overlooking Charles River Basin and beautiful views of the surrounding downtown areas.
Papelbon was with the Red Sox for 7 seasons and played a very key role in the Red Sox’s World Series run in 2007. He also holds the record for quickest to 200 saves in Major League Baseball history. His new contract with Philadelphia was signed for 4 years, $50M dollars.
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I guess this means he’s really gone… sigh…
Yeah I guess it does. Don’t be too bummed out though. 🙂