Found May 23, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Yankees injured third basemen Alex Rodriguez is under the microscope right now for alleged PED usage again, and he may miss most of the season rehabbing from hip surgery, but that’s not stopping Rodriguez from cashing in. TMZ is reporting that Rodriguez just sold his Miami Beach mansion for $30 million, making a $15 million profit.  Rodriguez reported accepted a $30 million offer for a 19,861 square foot property that he paid $7.4 million for in 2010. After he bought the mansion, A-Rod poured another $7.6 million into refurbishing and turning it into a dream home.  The mansion is an oceanfront estate with 9 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms (plus 2 half bathrooms), a 4-car garage, state of the art security system with 16 cameras and a Zen garden. A-Rod had previously priced the mansion at $38 million, but after getting no takers, reduced the price some. Rodriguez reportedly is neighbors with Matt Damon as well.
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