Published: Wed, August 14, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Alex Rodriguez's Rental Car Burglarized, Estimated $500K Worth of Goods Stolen

Alex Rodriguez's Rental Car Burglarized, Estimated $500K Worth of Goods Stolen

"I am saddened that several items that were of a personal nature and irreplaceable with sentimental value were taken", Rodriguez told The Post in a statement issued through ESPN.

A thief or thieves broke into Rodriguez's rental vehicle at some point after ESPN's broadcast of the game, sources told Evan Sernoffsky and Phil Matier of the San Francisco Chronicle.

Philadelphia doesn't tend to give national announcers good reviews, but Alex Rodriguez got one on Sunday Night Baseball when he was critical of the Phillies decision to have Nick Pivetta continue to attack Kevin Pillar with a 3-1 count and first base open in the bottom of the eighth inning.

While the publication claimed the items were worth over $500,000, the 44-year-old's rep insisted the value had been "grossly exaggerated".

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"It's an unfortunate situation". Among the items stolen were bags, a camera, camera equipment, a laptop, jewelry and miscellaneous electronics.

According to a source who told the Chronicle details of the burglary, ESPN (A-Rod's employer) had rented a black Nissan for him and other production staff members who were part of the broadcast for the weekend. "We're working with local authorities to address it".

Like he usually does, A-rod was simply calling a game on Sunday Night Baseball for ESPN when vehicle jackers picked the right moment to break into his rental auto and strike gold to the sum of over $500K.

Overall, the trip to San Francisco was a poor one for two-thirds of the Sunday Night Baseball crew.

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