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Ex-Cub Ted Lilly Pitches His Wrigleyville Six-Bedroom

Remember Ted Lilly? He's that sleepy-looking fella who used to pitch for the Cubs every fifth day. He was the team's most dependable hurler before being traded to Los Angeles in July. Any hopes Cubs fans might have had that Lilly would return to the team should probably be put to rest, now that Lilly's 6BD, 4.5BA mansion near Southport Corridor is back on the market. The 5,500 square-foot home was built in 2006, and Lilly bought it shortly after signing with the team in 2007 for $2.15 million. Lilly listed the home with D'aprile Realty, opting to keep it off the MLS because he's "trying to keep the listing confidential." Oops!
·Former Cub Lilly lists North Side mansion [Trib]
·1305 W. Waveland Ave. [D'aprile Realty]