Buy Pat Burrell’s Arizona Pad

Although former San Francisco Giant Pat Burrell never officially announced his retirement, the man known as Pat the Bat seemed to squash any rumors at making a comeback this baseball season after recently listing his Scottsdale, Ariz. crib, which is located a mere 22 miles from the Giants' spring training facilities.

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Although former San Francisco Giant Pat Burrell never officially announced his retirement, the man known as Pat the Bat seemed to squash any rumors at making a comeback this baseball season after recently listing his Scottsdale, Arizona crib, which is located a mere 22 miles from the Giants' spring training facilities. On the market for $3.695 million, Burrell's home is as swanky as they come. The baller pad is decked out with custom furnishings, an elevator, game room, wet bar, and a really sweet contemporary design. Click through the photo gallery to take a tour of the Machine's…err, we mean, Burrell's South Western abode.
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An exterior view of Burrell's swanky Scottsdale home, which is located in an uber exclusive gated community that features the Troon North golf course, which for those golf aficionados is apparently a premier course in the American Southwest.
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Burrell's pad measures close to 7,000 square feet. The listing even boasts that the home is "lightly lived in by a single owner two months each year." Hmmm, we wonder who that could be.
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Although the home is listed as a two-story home, the main first level of the house is where the majority of the room are located, including the living room pictured here.
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Another view of the living room, which features a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and some funky curved-shaped couches and tables.
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A view of the slugger's billiard's room, which surely got a lot of use during his spring training days. While Burrell's days roaming the outfield of AT&T Park are pretty much over, fans of Pat the Bat can perhaps look forward to him stepping in as a coach, reports SF Gate.
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For those that live in San Francisco, it's no secret that some of the players, including Burrell, enjoyed the city's bar scene. Here's a look at the home's wet bar, which looks like the outfielder kept pretty well stocked.
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A view of the curved staircase that leads up to the house's second floor where you can find the media and game rooms.
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The family room, dining room, and kitchen all seamlessly blend together to create a great open living and entertaining space. According to the public listing, Burrell bought the home back in August 2003 for $3.45 million, which means he's hoping to make a few bucks (or at least break even) on the sale of his property.
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A sweeping view of the large open family room, kitchen, and dining room space, which is accented by the gigantic fireplace.
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A view of Burrell's posh kitchen. Professional ball players certainly reap the benefits of team chefs so we can't imagine Burrell used his kitchen all that often.
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The stone-and-stucco estate is outfitted with a total home automation, meaning that the alarm, door locks, drapes, lights, thermostat and other functions are all controlled by a wireless touchpad. Talk about going modern.
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A view of Burrell's office, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in shelving, which doesn't seem to include much baseball memorabilia.
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Ascend the staircase (or, elevator if your'e so inclined) and you'll find the lounge and media room. While the home is certainly impressive, it also comes with an equally impressive (and hefty) property tax. Public records indicate that in 2011 Burrell shelled out about $11,100 in taxes.
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A look at Burrell's home fitness center where he likely worked out when not at the nearby training facility and stadium.
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Burrell's pad comes with this sweet home theatre. If you're digging the furnishings, then the home is offered with all the custom furnishings and accessories in the sale price so you can truly live like Pat Burrell.
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The slugger's home features four bedrooms total, including this master suite with lavish floor-to-ceiling windows, a private balcony, fireplace, and an ideally situated television.
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Talk about enviable bathrooms. This master bath boasts a gigantic walk-in shower, soaking tub, and tons of mirrors and counter space.
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A look at the luxe outdoor space, which includes a swimming pool, spa, and entertainment patio.
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A view of the geometric swimming pool and spa, which can be all yours for $3.695 million.
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