Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

$500K in goods lifted from A-Rod's rental vehicle in San Francisco

$500K in goods lifted from A-Rod's rental vehicle in San Francisco

On July 28, Jennifer Lopez and Rodriguez's daughters interrupted ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball to wish him a happy 44th birthday.

Alex Rodriguez's rental vehicle was reportedly broken into after the San Francisco Giants' game against the Phillies on Sunday night in San Francisco.

ESPN called the situation "unfortunate" in a statement released Monday and said the company is "working with local authorities to address it". His items were in a black SUV, rented by ESPN, that was parked about three blocks from Oracle Park, home of the Giants, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Rodriguez told ESPN he was sad, because several of the items stolen were of "personal nature and irreplaceable with sentimental value". "I am encouraged that local law enforcement has security footage of the crime and are doing all they can to get the items back".

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Per the report, someone allegedly broke into his auto between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. that night - at least five hours after the first pitch had been thrown. The thief reportedly swiped the former slugger's jewelry, laptop, camera and bag. The 14-time all-star helped the New York Yankees win the World Series in 2009.

Alex Rodriguez was the victim of a vehicle burglary while broadcasting in San Francisco over the weekend, according to TMZ Sports.

Rodriguez had been at the stadium almost the entire day. he and his ESPN crew called the Giants' 9-6 win over Philadelphia on "Sunday Night Baseball".

Police are reportedly investigating the incident in order to find the crooks who busted into the sports star's rental.

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