Major League Baseball players are well compensated for their talents. But when it comes to luxury real estate, even the top-paid players are better off avoiding the field in New York.
During the recent MLB All-Stars Game, CityRealty took a look at how some of the highest-earning All Stars might fare in the New York real estate market — where the average apartment price recently hit a record $US1.87 million — versus that of their teams’ hometowns.
For example, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher and best-paid All-Star Zach Greinke’s annual salary is enough to buy 26 houses in LA — or one penthouse in Manhattan’s 50 United Nations Plaza.
Check out the full breakdown below.