Jamie Moyer can win a major league game at 49-years-of-age, but in a rough housing market, he's finding it much tougher to sell his $5.3 million mansion in Seattle.
Moyer last pitched for the Seattle Mariners in 2006 -- so I'm taking an educated guess that his estate has been on the market for at least that long.
The 7,100 square-foot estate is set on nearly half an acre and includes seven bedrooms, five baths and three fireplaces, according to the website toptenrealestatedeals.com. Built in 1933, the outside and inside of the home is brick; with full-length glass windows throughout and hardwood oak floors.
The backyard is one of the highlights with a saltwater pool, bath house, croquet yard, batting cage and an outdoor pizza oven. Yes, a pizza oven.
Toptenrealestatedeals.com has highlighted nine other homes for sale belonging to major league ballplayers, including John Smoltz, Jonathan Papelbon, and Adrian Beltre.