Check out this Giants pitcher's $5.995 million Arizona home

Giants pitcher Matt Cain has raised the price of his Paradise Valley, Ariz. home after it failed to sell last year. Photos courtesy of Realtor.com. Reporting by Lauren Beale for the Los Angeles Times.
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Giants pitcher Matt Cain has raised the price of his Paradise Valley, Ariz. home after it failed to sell last year. Photos courtesy of Realtor.com. Reporting by Lauren Beale for the Los Angeles Times.
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Hot Property: Giants pitcher Matt Cain ups the ante for his Arizona paradise

By Lauren Beale

The Los AngelesTimes

August 18, 2017 11:05 AM

Time is money, people. San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Matt Cain didn’t catch a buyer last year with his 11,021-square-foot home in Paradise Valley, Ariz., so he’s upped the asking price from $5.85 million to $5.995 million.

That should help cover commissions and closing costs, as he bought the estate three years ago for $5.5 million.

The 11,084-square-foot home sits on close to two acres in Paradise Valley, Ariz., with a one-bedroom guesthouse, a koi pond and a swimming pool.

The two-acre gated estate belies its desert setting with mature greenery, rolling lawns, a koi pond and a running stream. Sculptures, a guesthouse turned media room, a putting green and a swimming pool complete the grounds.

The single-story main house features a mahogany-paneled office, parquet dining room floors and a great room with beamed ceilings. There are six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.

Topping it all off is an eight-car garage and workshop.

Cain, 32, is a three-time All-Star and a three-time World Series champ. This year he marked more than 2,000 innings pitched in his career.

Jonathan Wall of DPR Realty is the listing agent.

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