This week, Colorado Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer became the oldest Major League Baseball pitcher to win a game. But that's not his only recent claim to fame.
Moyer has also been named to the TopTenRealEstateDeals.com list of best MLB players' homes for sale by virtue of a spectacular spread in Seattle that can be yours for just $5.35 million. And he's not the only Colorado connection.
The list is topped by former Rockies shortstop Walt Weiss, whose amazing Castle Rock property (a bargain at $3.99 million) includes a full-size baseball diamond next to the main house. Check out photos from them below; the first three pages feature Moyer's place (which ranked seventh on the roster), with the next three showcasing Weiss's.
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