Former Marlins player Edgar Rentería has sold his Miami Beach mansion for $8.325 million.
Rentería, who won the 1997 World Series for the Marlins, is only the fourth player in baseball history to have two World Series-winning hits, joining the ranks of Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, and Yogi Berra.
And it's only fitting that as part of baseball royalty, the Colombia-born shortstop, known as "The Barranquilla Baby," built himself a castle in exclusive Miami Beach.
A custom-built home means checking off almost every coveted amenity on everyone's wish list: Rentería's former home features 7 bedrooms and 8 baths as well as over 200 feet of waterfront and an expansive wraparound porch.
There is also a wine cellar, totally outfitted closets, a sun-drenched gym, and a cozy in-home theater (see Miami's other in-home theaters currently on the market).
According to the Miami Herald, the home's $8.325 million ticket price breaks real estate records for Allison Island, a narrow slice of luxury in between LaGorce and Indian Creek in Miami Beach.