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Former Dodger places house on the market

Former Los Angeles Dodger Eric Davis recently placed his home on the market.

Former Los Angeles Dodger Eric Davis recently placed his home on the market.

Former Los Angeles Dodger Eric Davis recently listed his Calabasas home on the market for close to $2.2 million.

The 7,239-square-foot Mediterranean mansion features four bedrooms and six bathrooms, in addition to a swimming pool, spa, barbecue pavilion and half basketball court.

The home was built in 1994, and public records show that Davis and his wife, Sherrie, purchased the property in 2001 for $1.65 million. The two are packing up and moving from the large estate to downsize to a smaller, single-level home in the area, according to the couple's listing agent, David Yobs. The couple reportedly are scaling down because their kids have grown up and they don't need as much space now.

The 49-year-old former major leaguer played for the Dodgers in the early '90s and ended his career with the San Francisco Giants in 2001. Davis now works for the front office of the Cincinnati Reds, where he played seven years from 1984 to 1991. The former center fielder was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame in 2005.

The average home value in Calabasas, California, is $732,600, according to Zillow.