Homes of the Braves: See where Atlanta’s team hang their cleats

The Atlanta Braves not only play like champions on the field, but they also live like champions off of it too.

With the 2022 home opener a little over two weeks away on April 7, realtor.com is highlighting a few of their favorites among the homes of the 2021 World Series champions.

Check out your favorite player’s place:

Dansby Swanson

Atlanta’s star shortstop, who grew up in Cobb County, has been an important member of the Braves since his debut in 2016. Swanson’s latest home base, which he purchased in 2020 for $1.63 million, is located in Sandy Springs.

With 4,529 square feet of living space, the brand-new home has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, as well as a chef’s kitchen and a family room with a fireplace, custom built-ins and a wet bar. The walk-out backyard, complete with a covered patio and outdoor fireplace, is a major highlight.

Prior to moving into his latest digs, the player had purchased a Sandy Springs townhome in 2019, where a Reddit post from an Uber Eats delivery driver described how he once delivered a small buffalo chicken pizza to the baseball star.

Ozzie Albies

The two-time All-Star and Curacao native signed a seven-year, $35 million contract with the Braves in 2019, and the following year, he purchased a brand-new home in Marietta for nearly $900,000.

The super star’s four-bedroom home features an open floor plan with plenty of natural light, as well as a kitchen with a breakfast bar that overlooks the family room, an owner’s suite with an oversized walk-in closet and an office on the main floor.

Max Fried

During the offseason, this lefty makes his way home to the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Fried bought a three-bedroom home in Henderson, Nevada, for $309,900 shortly after being drafted out of high school in 2012. Located in the Anthem Country Club community, it features an open floor plan, a gourmet kitchen, a small courtyard and a detached casita.

Eddie Rosario

Eddie Rosario, the 2021 MVP of the National League Championship Series, was traded to the Braves in July — not a bad match since his offseason home is in Kissimmee, Florida.

Rosario paid $565,000 for the five-bedroom oasis in 2018. It features 24-foot-high coffered ceilings, a large dining room, and an oversized kitchen with granite counters on an acre with plenty of privacy. Other high-end features include an office, a home theater, a screened-in pool and a pool deck.

Tyler Matzek

During the offseason, the California native returns to his $549,000 two-bedroom retreat in Laguna Niguel, California.

His remodeled 1,300 square foot home features a high-end kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinets and new stainless-steel appliances alongside a private yard, and neighborhood amenities such as tennis courts and a pool. His dog Maxwell the Mutt seems to appreciate the newly renovated space.

Adam Duvall

In the off-season, Kentucky native Adam, Duvall can choose between two homes: Nashville or Florida.

In 2019, Duvall bought his Nashville home for $1,645,000. Situated on a half-acre of land, the five-bedroom home has 5,120 square feet of living space full of luxury. And in 2021, the outfielder paid $1,085,000 for a remodeled three-bedroom home in Pinecrest, Florida, described as “chic oasis.”

Brian Snitker

Braves manager Brian Snitker lives in a $635,000 colonial in Marietta. The six-bedroom, 7,558 square foot home checks in just a bit larger in square footage, but smaller in total acreage than former Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox’s 4,458 square foot, 17.3-acre Adairseville farm, which the Braves icon sold in 2021.