With an end to his career in baseball potentially looming, the New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez appears to be transitioning to his position as a house flipper, NBC Sports reports.
Less than six months ago, the slugger paid $2.1 million for a condo near Biscayne Bay, which is now on the market for $3.2 million. Rodriguez is reported to have commissioned designer Briggs Edward Soloman shortly after purchasing the three-bedroom, four bathroom residence to completely renovate, according to Realtor.com.
…. The All-Star third baseman was suspended 211 games after being linked to a Florida clinic accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs and has since sued Major League Baseball. Besides his ongoing legal trouble, Rodriguez made real estate news earlier this year when he parted ways with the aforementioned ultra-modern waterfront mansion.