Former Yankees (and Mets, but whatever) pitcher and current YES Network analyst David Cone has put his four-bed, three-and-a-half-bath apartment in East 85th Street's The Lucida on the market. The asking price is $6.495 million, almost double the $3.76 million Cone paid for the place in 2011.
Cone is currently a member of the very small group of former or current Yankees who live in Manhattan, as most prefer Jersey. (Derek Jeter is another and A-Rod would be one, if he was allowed back, which he's not.) That makes it a little extra disappointing to finally see inside his apartment and see how bland it is, although, to be fair, athletes' city apartments are rarely the most exciting.