The All-Star lefty, who attended and played ball for the University of Oklahoma, purchased the large lot in 2003, and the custom home popped up in 2005.
The six-bedroom home is loaded with awesome features, including an indoor putting green, sport court, gym, theater, and batting cage. There's also a game room with slot machines and a poker table. Next to the game room is a kitchenette with custom cabinetry and a teppanyaki grill.
The airy and open living room has a 20-foot ceiling and stone fireplace. The main kitchen features two sinks, a double oven, loads of countertop space, and a walk-in pantry with ironwork door.
Records indicate Redman has been pitching the property since at least 2008 (his last year in the big leagues).It's been on and off the market since then and had a series of price cuts. We hope he knocks it out of the park this time around.