Retired first baseman and catcher Mike Napoli sold his mansion in the Seven Isles neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale for $7.3 million.
Records show Napoli, a Broward County native, sold the waterfront home at 2501 Delmar Place to Andrew Dumke, the founder, chairman and CEO of CloudBreak Capital.
CloudBreak Capital is a San Diego-based private equity fund focused on lower middle market buyouts, according to its website. Dumke is also a board member of the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
Napoli was drafted by the Anaheim Angels (now the Los Angeles Angels), and during his 12-year career, played for the Texas Rangers, Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians. He won a World Series with the Red Sox in 2013, and retired from baseball in 2018, the same year he bought the 8,120-square-foot home for $7 million.
Napoli listed the property in June for $8 million. Jonathan Postma with Coldwell Banker had the listing. Kim Hackett of Compass represented Dumke.
The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was built in 2016 and has a gym, loft, office and a four-car garage. The outdoor area includes a gazebo, a saltwater pool and jacuzzi, gas fire pits and boat lift.
Among other recent nearby sales in Fort Lauderdale, John Moran Jr., the CEO of a warehousing, logistics and transportation company, bought a waterfront house in the Harbor Beach neighborhood for $7.5 million; a software CEO bought a Seven Isles home for $6.1 million; and a Phoenix auto magnate bought a waterfront Fort Lauderdale house for $9 million.