BASEBALL fans can get a peek inside the homes of some of the game’s biggest stars, thanks to a new partnership between Coldwell Banker Real Estate and MLB.com.
The brokerage has teamed up with the official website of Major League Baseball to offer behind-the-scenes videos of more than a dozen baseball stars.
Yasiel Puig, Jose Reyes, Jacob deGrom and John Smoltz are among the players opening their homes to viewers of the Home Field Advantage Video Series on the Coldwell Banker® Blue Matter blog.
“The Home Field Advantage series brings together the American Pastime and the American Dream like never before,” said Sean Blankenship, chief marketing officer for Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC.
“Just like baseball, homes are filled with fascinating stories. This series allows us to connect with these icons on a more personal level and get a glimpse of how their homes are special to them.”
The series will also offer a look inside the home of St. Louis Cardinals superfan and American fashion model, Karlie Kloss, as well as the home of the late Tony Gwynn, shown by his widow Alicia.
A new player video will debut every week through July 27.
RE/MAX of New York, Inc., with RE/MAX offices and RE/MAX real estate professionals across the United States and Canada raised more than $8.75 million in 2014 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Henry Weber, president and regional director of RE/MAX of New York, Inc. said agents raised funds through donations made after they close a property transaction.
They also organized different activities that RE/MAX offices sponsored or supported.
In Rochester, they held a golf tournament. Some RE/MAX Plus professionals donated their time answering phones at the annual CMN Drive.
RE/MAX Plus partners John Antetomaso, Sandy Blondsky, Terri Granger-Christiano, Bob Miglioratti, Nunzio Salafia, Steve Vaisey and Alan Wood founded Ugly Disco and Ten Ugly Men, two groups dedicated to raising funds for charities.
Since partnering with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 1992, RE/MAX agents have raised more than $138 million for the charity’s 170 member hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.
To support the RE/MAX network’s efforts to fundraise for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, find a Miracle Agent at www.remax.com