As his team competes for a playoff spot in the NL Central, Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo found time to take care of some business away from the field, selling his Florida home for $2 million.
The estate resides in Parkland, where Rizzo grew up, was built in 2014. Gates secure the one-acre grounds, and a pair of palms frames the courtyard entry.
The one-story floor plan is a mix of marble floors, oversized windows and a laundry list of amenities that includes a wine cellar, a movie theater, a steam room, a gym and an indoor-outdoor billiards room. Out back, a resort-style pool and batting cage add to the fun.
Six bedrooms and 5.5...