The Pirates fired manager Clint Hurdle last September after his team finished at the bottom of the NL Central with a record of 69-93. Now, the longtime baseball coach and manager has put his Pittsburgh home on the market.
Hurdle, 62, who now resides in Florida, lived in the 9,120-square foot home for nine years while he was with the Pirates. His Hampton Township home is listed with Achieve Realty, Inc. for $1.8 million.
The house has seven bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, and sits on a 0.95-acre lot near Hampton Community Park, which is about a 25-minute drive from PNC Park.
The luxurious home on Whispering Creek Drive features a walk-out game room, full wet bar, media room, exercise room and lower-level guest suite with a fireplace. There also is extensive crown molding throughout, with soaring ceiling, top-of-the-line hardware and fixtures, appliances, cabinetry and Pella windows with custom built-in blinds.
The outside of the home features a two-story stone fireplace, a custom granite top bar with built-in appliances and an 8-foot-deep saltwater pool with a jetted spa with spillover. There also is a basketball court with a large Pirates logo in the middle.
Finally, the suburban Pittsburgh home has a six-car garage with a custom-poured concrete slab and wood garage doors.
In nine years as the Pirates manager, Hurdle recorded an overall record of 735-720 (.505). He also led the Pirates to the postseason three straight seasons from 2013-15 and has the fourth most wins in…