Coco Crisp Is Selling His Mansion With A Private Lake And A Whiffle Ball Field For Just $10 Million If You’re Interested
Coco Crisp isn’t even that good.
Ya the 36-year-old has been in the league for over a decade, got himself a World Series ring with the Sox eight years ago, and was the AL stolen base co-champion in 2011, but he hasn’t given enough to this earth to justify this insane $10 million Californian ranch property.
According to Coco’s realtor, the 17,870-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate was built back in 2008 and includes a whiffle ball field with a light up scoreboard, a game room, a private lake, a swimming pool with a grotto, a home theater with stadium seating, a saltwater aquarium, a wine cellar, and an indoor bar. It has seven bedrooms and NINE bathrooms. So for those scoring at home, Coco can take a dump in a different bathroom every day of the week.
Looking at these photos makes me feel extra good about not being able to pay rent on time this month.