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Jim Edmonds Hosts a “Boys Night In” at His New St. Louis Mansion's Bowling Alley

The former baseball star moved into the home in the wake of filing for divorce from The Real Housewives of Orange County alum Meghan King Edmonds.

By Tamara Palmer
Jim Edmonds Home Bowling

After filing for divorce from Meghan King Edmonds on October 25 (one day after their fifth wedding anniversary), former St. Louis Cardinals player Jim Edmonds announced that he was still going to be moving into the dream home he was building with The Real Housewives of Orange County alum for nearly two years before their split, which has unfortunately become increasingly contentious. 

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He's since shared some never-before-seen peeks of the huge and luxurious St. Louis home on his social media feeds, including a huge playroom for his young twin boys, Hayes and Hart, and youngest daughter, Aspen. There's still some work to be done on this massive mansion, but one the real highlights of the home is in place and looks immaculate.

Ever the sportsman, design plans for Jim's home have been thought to include such athletic amenities as an indoor batting cage and a basketball court. He and Megan worked to design a stunning, high-tech two-lane bowling alley, which is now finished and operational. Jim took to his Instagram Stories and shared that he, his eldest son, Landon Edmonds, and Landon's friend had what Jim called a "Boys' Night Out" (then rephrased it "Boys Night In") to knock down some pins.

Jim Edmonds Home Bowling 2

Why go out when you can stay in?! Looks like we may be witnessing the birth of a new tradition in the Edmonds house.

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