Hall of Fame house for sale! Yankees great Mariano Rivera puts suburban home on the market

Larry McShane, New York Daily News
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This multi-million dollar suburban gated property comes with nine bedrooms, eight baths, a fieldstone fireplace — and a little bit Mo.

New York Yankees Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera, known to teammates as Mo, just put his Rye, N.Y., home on the market after building a new residence in nearby White Plains. And whether you love or hate the Bronx Bombers, the custom-built home priced at $3.95 million is likely to move as quickly as Rivera’s legendary cutter.

“This is an incredible opportunity to own the home of one of the greatest baseball players of all time, right here in Westchester County,” realtor Heather Harrison told the Rockland/Westchester Journal News. “You can work out in Mariano’s gym.”

Rivera, a five-time World Series winner and member of the legendary Yankees “Core Four” with teammates Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte and Jorge Posada, was inducted last year into the Cooperstown hall. He collected a major league record 652 saves across his 19 years at Yankee Stadium.

The fieldstone fireplace is one of four in the home owned by Rivera since 2006, with other features including a sports bar, a home theater and a terraced in-ground pool.


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