Former Expos hurler Randy Johnson to list mansion for $25 million

Retired pitcher Randy Johnson is reportedly selling his Arizona mansion for $25 million. (Colin...

Retired pitcher Randy Johnson is reportedly selling his Arizona mansion for $25 million. (Colin Braley/Reuters/Files)

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The Big Unit is reportedly looking to sell his Arizona mansion for approximately 10 times more than he paid for over a decade ago.

Retired pitcher Randy Johnson, who began his career with the Montreal Expos and won a World Series championship with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2001, will list his Paradise Valley estate for $25 million on Monday, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Johnson, who retired following the 2009 season, bought the five-acre property in 2003 for $2.7 million.

Baseball memorabilia including the Commissioner's Trophy from the 2001 World Series, bats, jerseys and home plates are prominently displayed in the estate.


Retired pitcher Randy Johnson is reportedly selling his Arizona mansion for $25 million. (Dino Tonn via L.A. Times)

The stunning features in the 25,000 square-foot Mediterranean-style home includes seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a formal dining room, chef's kitchen, temperature-controlled wine cellar, commercial-grade fitness facility, his and her offices, a study lounge and a pet suite with a wash station.


(Dino Tonn via L.A. Times)

The eastern wing houses a game room, billiards parlour and wet bar. The western wing contains the master retreat, a fireplace and private patio, an office and a poker room.


(Dino Tonn via L.A. Times)

A small movie theatre with a snack bar and ticket booth are located in the lower level, along with a recording studio complete with a performance stage and an instrument showroom.

Outside the mansion, the property features a tennis court, spa, pool with water slide and private bathhouse.


(Dino Tonn via L.A. Times)

The report names Joffe Group of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties as the listing agent.

Johnson played 22 seasons in the majors and went 303–166 with a career 3.29 earned-run average and 4,875 strikeouts with the Expos, Diamondbacks, Seattle Mariners, Houston Astros, New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants between 1988 and 2009. He is a 10-time all-star and five time Cy Young Award winner who pitched a no-hitter in June 1990 and a perfect game in May 2004.


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