10 houses baseball stars have called home

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For Major League Baseball players who face a 162-game regular season after spring training and before the October playoffs, "play ball" means at least six months away from the ol’ family homestead — or sleek, waterfront mansion.

In anticipation of the 2012 season’s official start, Forbes magazine recently listed Baseball’s 10 Highest-Paid Players, which included Derek Jeter, Ichiro Suzuki, Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez. While three of these players are members of the high-payroll New York Yankees — who put four on the top paid in baseball along with pitcher CC Sabathia — the rest of the stars have been made millionaires courtesy of big-league teams around the country.