Hall of Famer Mike Piazza sells waterfront Miami Beach mansion to Major Food Group partner

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Major Food Group’s Jeffrey Zalaznick and Mike Piazza with the Miami Beach mansion (Getty, The Jills – Photography by Luxhunters) via www.therealdeal.com

It hit the market for $18.5 million in late 2017

More than three years after listing his Miami Beach mansion, baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza caught a winning pitch for the waterfront property.

Piazza, who is considered one of baseball’s best offensive catchers, played for the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers, as well as briefly for the then-Florida Marlins. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016 as a Met.

He and his wife, Alicia, listed their waterfront home at 1401 West 27th Street on the Sunset Islands for $18.5 million in late 2017.

The couple sold the property to Major Food Group co-founder and co-owner Jeffrey Zalaznick and his wife, Alison, who were renting the mansion prior to closing on it in mid-April, records show. The Zalaznicks declared the home their domicile in October, marking their official relocation from New York.

By Katherine Kallergis for www.therealdeal.com
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