The iconic Boston Red Sox slugger (aka Big Papi) bought the vacant property with his wife Tiffany for $1.5 million in 2016.
The couple are now reportedly divorcing, according to legal documents, suggesting an apparent split may have prompted the listing.
After Ortiz purchased the land seven years ago, he commissioned a 10,178-square-foot mansion fit for a Hall of Famer.
The home is located in Pinecrest, Florida, a suburban village in Miami-Dade County.
The home sits on over an acre of land and boasts lush greenery and several water features.
Inside, Papi's condo boasts a grand two-storey entrance with floor-to-ceiling windows.
The open floor plan features soaring ceilings, ornate light fixtures, and high-end finishes.
A gourmet kitchen boasts luxurious appliances, a double fireplace, an oversized island with bar seating, and a separate dining area.
The home's amenities include a galaxy-like custom theatre with a bar; a "Boom Boom" sports bar with HD video wall and outdoor access; and state-of-the-art home automation including an exterior fire pit, fountain and music, per list.
The resort-style outdoor area has a swimming pool, spa, gazebo with kitchen, an outdoor shower and several covered terraces.
There are also three fire pits, staff quarters and a three-car garage with lift space.
Ortiz, 47, starred in the majors for 20 seasons and won three World Series titles with Boston.
A 10-time All-Star who hit more than 500 home runs, Ortiz was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2022.