Baseball Hall of Famer Randy Johnson has dropped the price on his Paradise Valley mansion to $16.5 million.
The 6-foot-10-inch former MLB pitcher nicknamed "the big unit" put the 25,000-square-foot Tuscan-style home near Mummy Mountain on the market for $25 million in 2014.
When Johnson lived there, the house had a private poker room with a firefighter pole that dropped you down to a movie theater decked out with lots of big, comfy leather seats built especially for his family.
The mansion, located on five acres, also comes with seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a professional recording studio, a music room with real bank vault doors to shut out the sound and a workout facility the size of a small house.
With the recent spate of record home sales in metro Phoenix, Johnson's in a good market. He lowered the price to $19 million last year.
Luxury expert agent Robert Joffe of Launch Real Estate has this listing.
The house was built in 2006, after Johnson was traded by the Arizona Diamondbacks to the New York Yankees. He retired from baseball in 2009.
When he lived there, Johnson’s grand-sized office was adorned with baseball memorabilia, including his Cy Young Awards, a World Series trophy and jerseys from his two no-hitters.
Johnson moved to a home in north Scottsdale's DC Ranch a few years ago.
He is well remembered in Arizona for winning three games in the D-Backs 2001 World Series triumph over the New York Yankees, including one in relief in Game 7.