Published By Celebrity Detective Steve
Yomiuri Giants pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma is part of an influx of players joining baseball's upper echelon who hail from the Land of the Rising Sun. The former Seattle Mariners pitching ace from Tokyo received a two-year, $14 million extension after his stellar rookie 2012 MLB season and has started off 2013 using $1.3 million of that for this five-bed, 3,810 square-foot home in the Enatai neighborhood of Southwest Bellevue, WA.
Hisashi Iwakuma's house in Bellevue, WA.
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The two-story Craftsman style home was built in 2001 and originally listed for $1,449,997 then reduced to $1,399,997 prior to the sale.
December 2018, Iwakuma signed with the Yomiuri Giants after becoming a free agent with Mariners where he played for six seasons (2012-2017). On Friday, April 12, 2019 he turned 39 years of age.
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