Jones, who is in the final year of a six-year, $85.5 million contract, is a real estate enthusiast and bought the estate as an investment, according to Rosenthal.
Adam Jones has made a major real estate investment in Maryland, but he may take his talents elsewhere when he becomes a free agent. (Gail Burton/AP)
Of course, if he does decide to stay and move into the Hall of Fame shortstop’s estate, Jones would not have to leave to workout.
The 26,000 square foot estate includes a baseball diamond, pool, indoor basketball court and training gym. The six-bedroom, 10 full bathroom, five half-bathroom home also includes a home theater, gourmet kitchen and several walk-in closets.
Cal Ripken Jr. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)