Miguel Tejada is no longer playing ball in the United States, but he still has a slice of real estate in Fort Lauderdale, FL, that he needs to unload. The six-time All-Star's waterfront mansion has bounced on and off the market since 2013, and recently received a hefty price reduction.
The price on Tejada's 5,387 square-foot Old Spanish-style house has been chopped down to a tantalizing $4 million. It's a far cry from the $5.5 million price tag the home had when it first listed in 2013.
The well-traveled slugger purchased the home for $3.5 million in 2008 and reportedly filed for bankruptcy in 2015.
The five-bedroom mansion sits on 94 feet of Intracoastal Waterway, has a 124-foot dock, library, wine room, guest house, home theater, shiny stone fireplace, and an elevator. It's certainly luxe life on the water.
The 41-year-old Dominican-born shortstop now plays in the Mexican League. His impressive MLB achievements -- including 307 home runs -- were marred by his alleged involvement with performance-enhancing drugs. In 2013, while playing for the Kansas City Royals, he received a 105-game suspension, the third-longest suspension the league has issued for a drug violation.