Dodgers exec com­pletes deal

Los Angeles Times - - BUSINESS -

An­drew Fried­man com­pleted one last deal as Dodgers camp came to a close Wed­nes­day. The new team pres­i­dent capped a whirl­wind off­sea­son with the pur­chase of a $6.415mil­lion home in Pasadena.

Set be­hind a gated drive, along a cul-de-sac, the Cape Cod-in­spired Tra­di­tional takes in panoramic views of the San Gabriel Moun­tains, the Rose Bowl and sur­round­ing Brook­side Golf Course. Marked by a wide front porch, the 6,200square-foot home fea­tures a me­dia room, a ma­hogany wood-pan­eled li­brary and a wine cel­lar.

Other living spa­ces in­clude large com­mon ar­eas, a chef ’s kitchen with a cen­ter is­land, six bed­rooms and six bath­rooms. The mas­ter suite has a sit­ting room with a fire­place, a large walk-in closet and a pri­vate bal­cony.

Out­side, grounds of more than half an acre con­tain a cov­ered log­gia with a cob­ble­stone fire­place, large ex­panses of grass and a pool and spa. A mo­tor court sits at the en­trance of the home.

Mark Og­den of Sotheby’s In­ter­na­tional Re­alty and Boyd Smith and Matt Lit­tell of Pod­ley Prop­er­ties were the list­ing agents. Su­san and Brad Mohr of Part­ners Trust Real Es­tate Bro­ker­age & Ac­qui­si­tions rep­re­sented Fried­man in the sale, which took place out­side the Mul­ti­ple List­ing Ser­vice.

Fried­man, who joined the Dodgers front of­fice Oc­to­ber af­ter a decade with the Tampa Bay Rays, pre­vi­ously sold a wa­ter­front home in St. Peters­burg, Fla., in Novem­ber for the ask­ing price of $2.35 mil­lion.

The 38-year-old will re­port­edly earn $35 mil­lion over the next five years as part of his con­tract with the Dodgers, mak­ing him the high­est-paid front of­fice ex­ec­u­tive in base­ball.

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