First Baseman For The Chicago White Sox Yonder Alonso Is Selling His Miami Home For Around $1.6 Million In The Midst Of A Tough Season
- Yonder Alonso, The Chicago White Sox First Baseman Listed His House For $1.6 Million In May 2019.
- Listed The Property Located In Miami For The Thrid Time, Just $200,000 Above The Purchase Price After Failed Sales Attempts In 2015 and 2018
- He Listed The Property In The Midst Of A Tough Season
Yonder Alonso, who currently has a net worth of around $20 million, listed his extravagant condo located in Miami, Florida, USA in May 2019 for around $1.6 million.
The property spread on 1,500-square feet has 2 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms, all-white modern design, a view of the ocean and is located in MEI luxury residences on the 21st floor.
The MLB player bought the penthouse back in 2013 for $1.4 million, and later tired to load it off in 2015 for $2.975 million, but was a dissappointment.
Later, in May 2018, the price of the asking of the residence dropped to $1.995 million.
However, was unable to find a buyer, letting the property in the market again in May 2019 for only $1.6 million, just $200,000 above the original purchase price.
The baseball star tries for the sale of the condo amid of a tough MLB season, playing for the Chicago White Sox.
Yonder, 32, currently in his 10th MLB season, has hit a bit of slump when it comes to performances on the pitch.
Under the $8 million vesting option of 2020 for Sox, the baseballer will become a free agent in 2021, if deprived of contract extension.
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