Francisco Rodriguez, “K-Rod,” as Rodriguez is known, owns this six-bedroom,...

Francisco Rodriguez, “K-Rod,” as Rodriguez is known, owns this six-bedroom, 6.5-bath center-hall Colonial in Upper Brookville. He paid $2.3 million. The asking price had been $2.599 million. The 2.21-acre property features separate guest quarters, a heated gunite pool, fruit trees and a bocce court. Located on a cul-de-sac, the house has a new kitchen and a fountain on the front lawn. Credit: Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty

New York Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez now has to leave the Upper Brookville home he bought last year.

As Newsday's Jim Baumbach and Anthony Rieber report, a judge has granted an order of protection to both Rodriguez's common-law wife and father-in-law. Rodriguez can return once to the house before Saturday to retrieve his belongings. He must be accompanied by New York City police officers.

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K-Rod, as the baseball player is known, allegedly attacked his father-in-law Wednesday night at Citi Field, sending the 53-year-old to the hospital.

Rodriguez purchased the six-bedroom, 6.5-bath spread in July 2009 for $2.3 million. The 2.21-acre property has a heated pool with a waterfall, a gym, a wine cellar, a new gourmet kitchen, a full guest wing and lots of marble. It is located on a cul-de-sac off Route 25A.

Taxes are about $27,266 a year, according to the real estate listing for the property.

The house had been listed for $2.599 million, spending 111 days on the market before Rodriguez bought it. It was built in 1985.

His next court appearance is Sept. 14.

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