MLB's Nyjer Morgan (aka Tony Plush) Selling Florida Home

Former MLB outfielder Nyjer Morgan is letting go of his Pembroke Pines, FL, home for $1.2 million. The luxury home is listed by Connie Cabral with BHHS Florida Realty.

The free agent known for his catchphrases and his spectacular fielding likely has no more need for a Florida retreat. He played briefly in South Korea with the Hanwha Eagles in 2015 and is unsigned for 2016.

Morgan is leaving behind a sleek waterfront home measuring 4,410 square feet. The five-bedroom home features "state of the art technology," including surveillance cameras and surround sound, according to the listing.

The modern kitchen features Brazilian countertops, a wine cooler, and a butler's pantry. The oversized master suite has a sitting area, his-and-her marble baths, and jetted tubs. There's also a guest suite with a separate entrance. Outside, there's a kitchen, putting green, and pool.

Most likely, his fans will continue to follow his quirky career wherever it leads. Known for his on-field antics, the fan favorite made his MLB debut in 2007 with the Pittsburgh Pirates. During his heyday in Milwaukee with the Brewers, the offbeat outfielder became known for his alter ego, Tony Plush. The 35-year-old created a Twitter account for his on-field personality and at one point reportedly had over 70,000 followers.