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

Alex Rodriguez's rental car was robbed in San Francisco this weekend as he called a Sunday Night Baseball game between the Giants and Phillies

Alex Rodriguez's rental car was robbed in San Francisco this weekend as he called a Sunday Night Baseball game between the Giants and Phillies

Ex-Yankee Alex Rodriguez had an estimated half-million dollars worth of jewelry and electronics robbed from his rental auto in San Francisco while he was broadcasting a "Sunday Night Baseball" game between the Giants and Philadelphia Phillies this weekend, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The "Sunday Night Baseball" broadcaster was at the baseball stadium working with his ESPN crew for most of the day, according to the website.

The vehicle was reportedly parked only a few blocks from Oracle Park when someone broke into his SUV and made off with a camera, laptop, jewelry and bag on Sunday night. A camera, laptop, bag, and miscellaneous jewelry were taken from the vehicle.

ESPN called the situation "unfortunate" in a statement released Monday and said the company is "working with local authorities to address it".

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Police suspect that the crime was committed between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., while Rodriguez and several other ESPN staffers were having dinner after the game.

San Francisco police were treating the case as a "high priority", according to the newspaper.

The unfortunate circumstances come a week after Rodriguez received a positive response from the crowd at Yankee Stadium when he broadcast a Sunday night game between the Yankees and Red Sox on August 4.

About 200 of Lopez and Rodriguez's closest friends were treated to a caviar bar and buffet at JLo's party, which happened at Gloria and Emilio Estefan's Miami estate on Star Island, sources told The Post at the time.

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