Jamie Moyer’s 7BR Home With Bullpen Is on the Market for $3.999 Million

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Former Phillies pitcher Jamie Moyer, who led the team to a World Series victory in 2008, has put his 1933 Tudor home in Seattle’s Magnolia section on the market for just shy of $4 million. It’s a rather straightforward, lovely home, much like the straightforward, lovely Moyer himself. No extravagant adornments or gigantic self-portraits.

There is, however, a media room with plush blue velvet seats. One might think Moyer would watch a little baseball there, but it seems golf is more interesting these days. The home does have a bullpen, though.




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Listing: 2550 40Th Ave W, Seattle, WA



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  • Brian Howard

    I thought for a second that maybe his asking price would match his career ERA. That’s not the case, though his ERA as a Seattle Mariner was pretty close: 3.97

  • Val Patterson

    Maybe that’s a bullpen and not a batting cage?

    • Liz Spikol

      Of course! Thank you, Val Patterson. It is a bullpen. The headline will be corrected.