Randy Johnson did everything big on the baseball diamond.
He threw fastballs in the high 90s, he won five Cy Young Awards, he pitched a perfect game and racked up 303 wins during his big league career.
So it wouldn’t be right if he didn’t live up to his reputation as the “Big Unit” off the field, would it?
We’ve got photographic proof of it — and you can get your hands on a BIG part of that lifestyle.
Johnson is selling his Paradise Valley mansion for the cool price of $25 million. The 25,000-square foot home is built on five acres and features a tennis court, a resort-style pool, his and hers offices and a a workout room that you would undoubtedly pay $59 a month to join. The joint has seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the property last sold 11 years ago for just $2.7 million. Quick math tells us this place was a solid investment.
The house goes up for sale Monday.