ALLEGHENY CO., Pa. — Less than a year after being fired by the Pittsburgh Pirates, former manager Clint Hurdle is selling his mansion in Allegheny County.
Channel 11 News’ exchange partners at TribLIVE reported that Hurdle, 62 -- who now resides in Florida -- lived in the 9,120-square foot home for nine years while he was with the Pirates. His Hampton Township home is listed with Achieve Realty, Inc. for $1.8 million.
According to the listing, the “custom-built all brick and stone home features over 9,000 square feet of living space, seven bedrooms, six full baths, chef’s dream kitchen, a massive walk-out game room with full wet bar, media room, exercise room and lower-level guest suite with fireplace.”
Outside the massive home is a saltwater pool with a jetted spa, as well as a basketball court with a Pirates logo on it.
The house has seven bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, and sits on a 0.95-acre lot near Hampton Community Park, which is about a 25-minute drive from PNC Park.
In nine years as the Pirates manager, Hurdle recorded an overall record of 735-720 (.505). He also led the Pirates to the postseason three straight seasons from 2013-15 and has the fourth most wins in franchise history.
In September, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union Tribune reported Hurdle was retiring from baseball after he considered becoming the Padres hitting coach under skipper Jayce Tingler.
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