Alex Rodriguez Reportedly Robbed of $500000 in Possessions in Rental Car Burglary

Alex Rodriguez Reportedly Robbed of $500000 in Possessions in Rental Car Burglary

A rental vehicle being used by ESPN baseball analyst Alex Rodriguez was broken into Sunday night, and Rodriguez said several items of a personal and sentimental nature were stolen.

Alex Rodriguez had a half-million dollars' worth of jewelry and electronics stolen from his ESPN rental auto in San Francisco while having a post-game dinner with the production crew, according to a report Monday.

"It's an unfortunate situation. We're working with local authorities to address it", an ESPN spokesperson said. After the game, Rodriguez and other members of the ESPN crew went out to dinner nearby.

Rodriguez left his auto three blocks from Oracle Park, according to the Chronicle. According to law-enforcement sources, A-Rod's vehicle was parked three blocks from Oracle Park, the home of the Giants.

The robber made off with Alex Rodriguez's camera, laptop, jewelry and a bag, according to the report.

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Rodriguez is in his second year with ESPN.

Rodriguez spent time in Seattle, Texas and two stints with the New York Yankees before he retired in 2016.

Rodriguez's co-analyst on the ESPN program, Jessica Mendoza, missed Sunday's telecast after she was involved in a auto collision Friday.

The San Francisco Police Department are now handling the investigation.

A week later, he was filing a police report after broadcasting a Giants-Phillies contest. ESPN said Mendoza was not seriously injured and was recovering with her family and was expected back in the booth soon.