Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Pat Neshek purchased an oceanfront home in Florida for $2 million, according to Realtor.
It is the former All-Star reliever’s third property in Melbourne Beach, according to public records. The new pad of the 2017 World Baseball Classic participant encompasses 5,580 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, and five bathrooms.
The two-story home was initially asking $2.6 million back when it listed in 2015 and sits between the Indian River and Atlantic Ocean.
The 36-year-old Neshek, who’s known for having a very unorthodox sidearm release, was traded from Houston to Philadelphia last fall. He was voted into the MLB All-Star game back in 2014 and won a gold medal in the recent World Baseball Classic while suiting up for the United States.