Ex-Cub Pitcher Strikes Out Selling Chicago Home

Ex-Cubbie Ted Lilly, who is now pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is having serious problems unloading his Wrigleyville home. Even with three drastic price reductions over the last six months, the pitcher's five bedroom abode remains untouched. Anyone have $1.85 million to help a struggling pitcher out? View the listing.

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Ex-Cubbie Ted Lilly, who is now pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is having serious problems unloading his Wrigleyville home. Even with three drastic price reductions over the last six months, the pitcher's five bedroom abode remains untouched. Anyone have $1.85 million to help a struggling pitcher out? View the listing.
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A view of the pitcher's dining room that includes a fireplace, hardwood floors, and a coffered ceiling.
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The home was constructed in 2006 and shortly thereafter, Lilly bought it for $2.15 million in 2007.
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This 5,400 square foot home features a very large gourmet kitchen.
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The spacious two-level home boasts five bedrooms.
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A view of one of the five bathrooms in the spread.
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The home is located on a spacious corner lot and even includes a 2.5-car heated garage.
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The pitcher must have hosted a bunch of poker games with his baseball buddies in this room.
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The ex-Cub left hander originally (and quite ambitiously) listed at $2.4 million. Over the last six plus months, the price dropped numerous times and is now asking $1.85 million.
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There's nothing like drowning your sorrows after a bad start with a bottle of wine. Luckily, for the pitcher this home has a huge wine cellar.
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This home may look ordinary from the outside, but the interior features high-end amenities such as this sauna.
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The Wrigleyville home boasts an expansive roof deck, which is perfect for entertaining or barbecuing on a warm day.
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