Former Met closer Francisco Rodriguez has put his 13-room Upper Brookville home on the market.
The Milwaukee Brewers pitcher is asking $2.3 million -- the same price he paid for the house when he purchased it in 2009.
The house hit the market April 16.
The six-bedroom, six-bath, 1½-bath home is on a cul-de-sac on a private road. The 2.21-acre property includes an in-ground pool, a bocci court and a three-car garage.
The center-hall Colonial has separate guest quarters as well as a wine cellar, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, a butler's pantry and a full basement.
The listing is with Matthew Korman of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who brought K-Rod, as Rodriguez is known, to the 2009 sale.