Cal Ripken Jr.'s  Maryland Home

Another streak is ending for Cal Ripken Jr. "The Iron Man" has put his 25-acre luxury estate in suburban Baltimore on the market.

The property was custom-built in 1985 and then renovated in 1995. Ripken, a Maryland native, played for the Orioles from 1981-2001. Ripken's father, Cal Sr., spent 36 years in the Orioles' organization from 1957-1992.

Ripken's property is full of baseball-related items. His basement is designed like an MLB locker room. There is a statue of a child playing baseball by the pool. A baseball field and batting cage are also on the property.

Bird's-Eye View

Bird's-Eye View

Ripken's custom-built luxury estate sits on 25 acres in Baltimore County, Maryland.

Staircase To Front Door

Staircase To Front Door

Ripken's home captures the essence of refined country living.

Living Room

Living Room

The property was renovated in the late 1990s.

Kitchen

Kitchen

Ripken's gourmet kitchen includes stainless steel appliances and a kitchen island.

Bedroom

Bedroom

This is one of six bedrooms in Ripken's Maryland home.

Sitting Room

Sitting Room

The home features 25,000 square feet of finished space.

Bathroom

Bathroom

Ripken's transitional-style home has 10.5 bathrooms.

Extended Kitchen

Extended Kitchen

The kitchen extends to a breakfast bar and a separate dining room.

Theater

Theater

Ripken's home features a home theater.

Weight Room

Weight Room

The three-story home has a fully-equipped gym.

Chill Room

Chill Room

The basement is modeled after a baseball locker room.

Outdoor Seating Area

Outdoor Seating Area

This outdoor seating area overlooks the 25 acres of property.

Outdoor Pool

Outdoor Pool

The backyard has an in-ground outdoor pool.

Baseball Statue

Baseball Statue

Ripken makes sure to keep baseball's presence around the home.

Dock

Dock

This dock extends to overlook a private pond.