Mark Buehrle's house profile Lemont, Illinois - pictures, rare facts and info about his suburban Chicago home and perfect game
This home in Lemont, Illinois belongs to White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle who threw a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays on July 23, 2009. Built in 2002, the White Sox ace purchased the home in February of 2005 for $770,000. The two-story home includes a three-car garage and 3,535 square feet.
Mark Buehrle's house in the Chicago suburb of Lemont, Illinois.
Mark Buehrle has been a member of the White Sox since 2000 and previously displayed his pitching prowess on April 18, 2007 by throwing a no-hitter against the Texas Rangers.
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