But he still has to sell his ultimate bachelor pad in NYC's Flatiron district. The asking price? Just a cool $7.85 million.
The penthouse was purchased by the Mets All-Star back in 2006 for $6.1 million and after more than four years at the pad, he decided to move to Manhattan's Upper East Side last month.
Not only does the crib feature a full salt-water aquarium in the family room, it has a state of the art sound system on the roof deck.
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