A million-dollar Miami home belonging to ex-Washington Nationals pitcher Livan Hernandez was sold at auction for $40,000 on Jan. 3, according to the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts, as the free agent’s financial entanglements continued.
Assessed at $1,096,562, the home covers 4,643 square feet in a gated community.
According to court records, Hernandez owed the Bay Point Property Owner’s Association $18,420.84 for property maintenance and assessments dating to Jan. 1, 2009, along with various fees and interest. On Nov. 14, a circuit court judge granted the association a final judgment of foreclosure.
AMR Limited Partnership from Oklahoma purchased the home, according to court records.
Hernandez also owes SunTrust Bank $469,387.22 from a line of credit and promissory note, after a summary judgement was entered against him in October in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.
The court issued a continuing writ of garnishment Dec. 20 for Hernandez’s wages with the Nationals. But Hernandez, who earned $1.25 million last season, is a free agent and no longer employed by the Nationals.
An attorney representing Hernandez didn’t return a request for comment Tuesday.