With 162 games every regular season, baseball players have to be on at all times. One bad injury can find them missing numerous games. After a string of hotel visits, they’re glad to see their homes again. These current and former players own some of the wildest places ever seen.
Miguel Cabrera – $3.2 million
In his rookie season, Miguel Cabrera won the World Series with the Florida Marlins. Through the Marlins and Detroit Tigers, the Venezuelan put up impressive numbers. In 2012, he earned the illustrious Triple Crown. He became the first person to get the title since Carl Yastrzemski back in 1967. His batting also earned him seven Silver Slugger Awards in his career. Cabrera’s $3.2 million place features a heated garage for up to eight cars and a putting green.