Hall of Fame Pitcher Pedro Martinez Tosses His Boston-Area Home Onto the Market for $2M

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Retired baseball superstar Pedro Martinez is ready to part ways with his Winchester, MA, home. He’s listed the five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property for $1,995,000.

The lanky hurler cemented his legendary status via a seven-year stint with the Boston Red Sox. In addition to winning two Cy Young Awards with the Red Sox, he was a key member of the team’s memorable 2004 World Series–winning roster.

These days, the Dominican-born superstar has a Florida property to fall back on—a home in North Miami that he snapped up in 2019 for $3 million.

The place he’s selling sits just north of Boston on more than an acre of land. Built in 1995, the 5,120-square-foot home has a traditional vibe inside and out. Martinez purchased the place for $1.3 million in September 2018.

The Colonial-style home is surrounded by mature trees.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows allow plenty of natural light.

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This spacious TV room is a real home run.

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The house features both a formal dining room and this more casual eating nook.

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The open layout stretches from the living and dining rooms into the kitchen, while a large deck hugs the family room and offers views of the verdant backyard. The primary bedroom has its own fireplace, walk-in closet, and soaking tub in the adjoining bathroom.

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There’s an office and a home gym, plus a hair and makeup studio on the lowest level. Both Martinez and his wife, Carolina Cruz Martinez, have spent plenty of time there polishing up for their on-camera roles with MLB on TBS and ESPN Deportes, respectively.

Hardwood flooring and a high ceiling grace the primary bedroom.

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Warm up your pitching arm in the home gym.

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Having your own salon makes getting pretty easy.

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Martinez pitched 18 seasons in the big leagues, amassing 219 wins and more than 3,000 strikeouts. The beloved pitcher retired from the sport in 2009 and was elected into the Hall of Fame in 2015. In addition to his TV duties, he runs a namesake charity that addresses poverty by providing funds for children’s medical and educational needs.

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