Two-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Tim Lincecum sold his 11,000-square-foot Paradise Valley estate for $3 million, about $1 million less than he was originally asking for it.
The four-bedroom house, with a home theater, an indoor basketball court and retractable batting cage, had been on the market for a little more than two years. The modern-style house is situated on 2.5 acres.
The former San Francisco Giants player and two-time Cy Young Award winner bought the home in 2012 for $3.4 million, according to public real-estate records. His Paradise Valley address was home for the player during spring training when the Giants play in Scottsdale.
Lincecum pitched for three World Series championship teams with the Giants and won consecutive Cy Young Awards in 2008 and 2009. He signed a deal in May to pitch for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He is currently listed on the roster of the the Salt Lake Bees, a minor-league team that is the Triple A affiliate of the Angels.
Mario and Kelly Martinez of Gilbert bought the mansion from Lincecum.