Former MLB slugger Aubrey Huff takes another swing at selling his San Diego home

After renovating his San Diego home, former San Francisco Giants slugger Aubrey Huff is looking to score a sale.

The two-time World Series champion has relisted the five-bedroom house in the Rancho Pacifica neighborhood for $4.4 million. A year ago he was asking $4.1 million, records show.

Set on a one-acre lot, the Mediterranean-style home stretches to slightly more than 8,100 square feet.

An arched doorway leads to a formal entry, where a fireplace sits behind a pair of stone pillars that frame the vaulted living room. Across the way, large windows let light into the dining area, while the chef’s kitchen features marble counter tops, a massive island and wood cabinetry.

An indoor-outdoor living room leads to a spacious patio, where palm trees and landscaping line a pool with a waterfall. Other outdoor amenities include a basketball court, in-ground trampoline and fire pit.

The master suite takes up an entire wing of the single-level home, holding a raised spa tub, dual walk-in closets and a wet bar. The suite also contains one of the four stone fireplaces in the house.

A secondary bedroom sits adjacent, with a wood-paneled office down the hall. On the other side, the three bedrooms in the secondary wing have walk-in closets and bathrooms of their own.

Huff bought the home four years ago for $3.7 million, according to public records.

Tracy Weaver of Coldwell Banker Residential holds the listing.

Huff, 40, played for five teams during his 13-year career, winning two World Series titles with the San Francisco Giants. A right-handed thrower but left-handed batter, he ripped 242 home runs during his MLB tenure and won a Silver Slugger Award in 2008.

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