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Onetime Regis High baseball coach Walt Weiss will no longer be the second-most famous person at the school -- after Olympian Missy Franklin. The ex-Colorado Rockies shortstop has just been hired to manage his former (and currently sorry) squad.

Does that mean he'll hang onto the astonishing Castle Rock property that landed him on the TopTenRealEstateDeals.com list of best MLB players' homes for sale, featured in photos below?

Well, the property is still listed as available, and the price has been reduced substantially since our April post featuring the spreads of Weiss and then-Rockies pitcher Jamie Moyer, who also made the top homes roster. Six months ago, the place was going for $3.99 million. Now, it can be yours for only $3,499,000.

The amenities are certainly jaw-slackening, including a full-size baseball diamond adjacent to the main house. It'd be a good place to work out the Rockies...who obviously need all the work they can get.

Take a visual tour of the Weiss manse below.

Page down to see more photos of Walt Weiss's property. Page down to see photos of Walt Weiss's property.

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