Retired MLB Reliever Rheal Cormier Looking to Close a Deal on His Park City Mansion

Former relief pitcher Rheal Cormier is used to handing the game over to a closer on the mound. But now the retired southpaw is searching for a closer to seal the deal on his exquisitely designed mansion in Park City, UT.

Listed for $3.5 million, the five-bedroom, 8,541-square-foot mansion is a far cry from where he grew up -- in a shack in New Brunswick, Canada, with cracks in the walls.

Designed by Casa Mila Design, his luxe home features a honeycomb stone fireplace, hickory floors, vaulted ceilings, six fireplaces, a fire pit, and much, much more.

The kitchen has custom wood cabinetry, marble counters, and honeycomb stonework behind and above the range.

The home has five bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. Counting half-baths, there are eight bathrooms in the home.

It looks like Cormier's place to unwind is a room with a pool table and a bar decorated with sports memorabilia.

On the lower level are a couple of arcade games and a wine cellar.

There's also an office with built-in shelves and an exercise room adjacent to a hot tub.

Built in 2007 (the year Cormier wound up his 16-year career in Major League Baseball), the three-story home is located on an acre and a half and features mountain views.