Arizona Diamondbacks General Manager Mike Hazen has put down roots in the Valley and bought a $1.8 million home in Scottsdale.
He closed on the deal for his 5,000-square-foot home in the upscale Arcadia neighborhood on Tuesday, according to public real estate records.
The former GM of the Boston Red Sox was hired by the Diamondbacks last October.
Hazen’s new home comes with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Earlier this month, the Diamondbacks sued Maricopa County, seeking to break the team's lease at Phoenix's Chase Field so that it can seek financiers to build a new stadium or renovate the 19-year-old ballpark.
Hazen is a Massachusetts native and was with the Cleveland Indians before joining the Red Sox. He graduated from Princeton University and played two seasons in the minor leagues.
Photos of Hazen’s new house weren’t available and have been pulled from most real estate websites.
Dr. E. Michael Lucero sold the home.