Former Giants and A's Ace Barry Zito Sells Kentfield Home, After 3 Years on the Market

There's no need for replay review. All-Star pitcher Barry Zito has sold his Kentfield, CA, estate for $8,125,000.

We first wrote about the listing in 2012, when it came on the market with an $11,495,000 price tag. However, the lefty may have been a bit distracted at the time. Back then, he was playing a key (and unexpected) role in leading the San Francisco Giants to a World Series title.

The 37-year-old, who signed with the Oakland Athletics before the 2015 season, has been languishing in the minors this season.

But he scored an off-field success this week with the sale of this posh pad that served as his personal home plate.

Built in 2002, the gated Mediterranean home offers a luxe lifestyle that would appeal to a star athlete.

The high ceilings and living, dining, and family rooms offer easy access to lush landscaped gardens and stone terraces.

An outdoor entertaining area includes a stone fireplace, as well as an infinity pool and standout views.

The 7,000-square-foot home perched on 2 acres is surrounded by the breathtaking Marin landscape, including Mount Tamalpais and Phoenix Lake.

It sounds like an easy win to us. Pop the Champagne!