Former Cubs Manager Rick Renteria Selling Home in SoCal
The longtime coach had a brief five-year MLB playing career as an infielder, and Renteria now is attempting to get back in the win column with a quick sale of his Inland Empire home—presented by Edward Renteria and listed at $394,999.
The property’s grand entryway is crowned by soaring cathedral ceilings and warm, cherry hardwoods. Cozy loft spaces that look out over the main living room add a comfortable escape for reading or lazy lounging that intensify the home’s appeal.
There also are expansive rooms with custom tile, new windows throughout and a fireplace to make this a place you look forward to coming home to each and every day.
Outside, a stamped concrete patio spans the width of the house, making it the perfect spot for entertaining, and with Temecula’s sunny year-round weather, you can host an outdoor party every day.
Renteria was a long-time bench coach for the San Diego Padres and the manager of the Mexico national team in the 2013 World Baseball Classic before getting the job as Cubs manager prior to the 2014 season.
His record of 73-89 during his one season in Chicago wasn’t enough to keep him around when former Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon became available.
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