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First Baseman Eric Hosmer to Sell Boston Home for $6.6M

  • Hosmer and his wife, Kacie, bought the 8,000-square-foot home in September for $6.15 million.
  • But after Hosmer signed with the Cubs, they’ve listed it for $6.575 million.
Eric Hosmer selling Boston home.
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First baseman Eric Hosmer has put his Massachusetts home on the market after signing a one-year deal with the Chicago Cubs. 

Hosmer and his wife, Kacie, reportedly bought the 8,000-square-foot home in September for $6.15 million. Less than six months later, they’ve listed it for $6.575 million.

The six-bedroom home was constructed in the 1930s and retained its original details despite a major renovation in 2018. There’s also a wine cellar, a playroom, a library, and a gym.

Kacie Hosmer reportedly called the property “our dream home.” 

Hosmer has been in the league for over a decade, since his rookie season with the Kansas City Royals in 2008. He won a World Series in 2015 and boasted four Gold Glove awards. 

Hosmer jumped to the Red Sox from the Padres around the trade deadline. The Padres still owe him $39 million over three years — so the Cubs are paying no more than the league minimum, per MLB.com.

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