2017 Rookie of the year, Cody Bellinger plays first baseman and outfielder Los Angeles Dodgers but outside the field, he knows how to live a prosperous life. Cody Bellinger debuted in the Major League Baseball in 2017 and he is still a couple of years away from free agency, but owing to his early career accomplishments, he’s got plenty of finances.
The 2020 World Series champion has his residence in Chandler, Arizona. Cody Bellinger lodges in a three-bedroom house which is now listed as ‘the ultimate man cave’, his house has A beautiful backyard with a pool, three bedrooms, multiple bathrooms, and the works. Now that is how a 2-time All-Star, 2019 National League MVP lives.
On top of that, it has a complete indoor basketball court and practice facility for Cody Bellinger to prepare for the baseball season on his off time. What amazed all the MLB twitter fans was a landing space for a private jet with his jet in the hanger. Does Cody Bellinger rent this place out through Air BnB by chance?
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Cody Bellinger has listed his Arizona House, 4,500-square-foot compound, at a whopping rate of $4 Million dollars. And why not? His place looks nothing less than a five-star resort, he purchased the house back in 2020 for $2.85 Million dollars.
Cody Bellinger has struggled at the plate (.695 OPS). It hasn’t been quite as bad as his 2021 campaign where he hit .165 in 350 plate appearances, but for the second season in a row, Bellinger has been far from the all-world slugger that he was in 2019.
Bellinger remains a defensive asset as one of the game’s most skilled outfielders for the Los Angeles Dodgers, “I’ve been seeing the ball well and staying within the zone and getting pitches to hit and just not doing what I want with them,” said Cody Bellinger on the day he took Dodgers to a victory. “But, you know, that’s part of the game. So [I’m] focusing on staying through the baseball and getting my ‘A’ swing locked on those pitches.”