Baseball executive breaks record with sale of his Scottsdale home

Jul 14, 2019, 4:23 AM | Updated: 3:04 pm
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PHOENIX — Brian Sabean, executive vice president of the San Francisco Giants, has sold his Scottsdale home for $1.35 million and $336.40 per square foot, a record for the Scottsdale Mountain market.

The home, which was listen by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty agents Nicole Humphrey and Tracy Fitzgerald, is a 4,013 square-foot single-level home with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and breathtaking views.

“This is the highest price per square foot for a single-level home in the last year, which is a record-breaking sale,” Humphrey said in a press release. “The Sabeans strategically navigated through the sale of their home, waiting for the right buyer who brought top dollar and were able to close in record timing.”

Before starting his current position as EVP of the Giants, Sabean was the teams GM from 1997-2014, helping them win three World Series titles.

Sabean also spent time in the Yankees front office where he scouted for the team and held other various position.

During his time with New York, he was credited with assistance of drafting or signing players like Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, amongst others.

The home that was just sold was convenient for Sabean and his family as the Giants spend spring training playing in Scottsdale.

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Baseball executive breaks record with sale of his Scottsdale home