By Colleen Kane
CNBC.com

As baseball players are traded, bought, or signed as free agents, they leave behind homes and need new ones. Consequently, real estate markets from Boston to San Diego are awash each spring in high-end homes for sale belonging to departing and arriving Yankees, Dodgers and Braves.

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Not all players' homes are mansions and penthouses -- the following properties owned by 300-300 club members, Hall of Famers, and a 12-time All-Star and a 21-season veteran include at least one ranch house. All but one, however, appeared on TopTenRealEstateDeals.com's annual list of Luxurious MLB Homes, starting off with a timely addition from one of New York's most prominent longtime Yankees.

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