Boston Red Sox Pitcher Clay Buchholz Selling $3.2M Texas Mansion

Red Sox pitcher and Texas native Clay Buchholz is selling his extravagant Tuscan-style villa on Lake Travis in Volente, TX. Listed for $3.2 million, the 7,421-square-foot home has an old-world style with an extreme focus on entertainment.

Seriously. This home has just about everything you need to be entertained: gym, sauna, and an impressive array of outdoor recreation opportunities.

The jersey-bedecked game room has built-ins made to house memorabilia, a pool table, and a wet bar with seating.

The media room is decorated to look exactly like a Parisian-style movie theater, complete with space for large, reclining chairs. There's even a pop-up flat-screen TV on the kitchen island.

Outside, the home has a kitchen, balcony, Sport Court, and infinity pool overlooking Lake Travis.

The two-time All-Star hasn't had a great season thus far, but he boasts an impressive rsum thanks to his 10 seasons with the Sox. A World Series champ in 2013, the right-hander threw a no-hitter in 2007.

Despite his less-than-stellar 2016, scouts are reportedly keeping an eye on the 31-year-old pitcher and it's possible he could be headed out of Beantown as the trade deadline approaches.