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Sports$500K in items stolen from A-Rod's rental car

19:10  13 august  2019
19:10  13 august  2019 Source:   reuters.com

Scott Stinson: A rental car robbery cost A-Rod $500K. Did he park it on the street because he always gets away with things?

Scott Stinson: A rental car robbery cost A-Rod $500K. Did he park it on the street because he always gets away with things? I have many questions about the story of Alex Rodriguez and the half-million-dollar car burglary. The slugger-turned-pariah-turned-broadcaster is said to have lost valuables of at least US$500,000 when the rental vehicle he parked at Oracle Park in San Francisco was relieved of its contents. Does Rodriguez handle the rental himself? It is fun to imagine that A-Rod, who made US$452-million playing baseball, and I, who has made rather less than that, could have a shared life experience of travelling somewhere to cover a sporting event and picking up a car to get to the stadium.

Former New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez was a victim of theft Sunday night in San Francisco after thieves broke into his rental car and made off with a

A rental car being used by Yankees legend and broadcaster Alex Rodriguez was broken into on Sunday near Oracle Park and an estimated Rodriguez was in town calling the San Francisco Giants match against the Philadelphia Phillies for ESPN. A - Rod has been retired from baseball since 2016.

$500K in items stolen from A-Rod's rental car© Reuters/Iain Axon Baseball player Alex Rodriguez poses for pictures at the London Stadium during an event to promote Major League Baseball's London Series, in London

Police say thieves broke into baseball great Alex Rodriguez's rented SUV this weekend in San Francisco and stole a reported $500,000 worth of jewelry and electronics.

The theft occurred between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. local time on Sunday night near Oracle Park, where Rodriguez was calling the San Francisco Giants-Philadelphia Phillies game on ESPN.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the vehicle was rented by ESPN for "the broadcast crew," so it's unclear whether everything stolen belonged to A-Rod.

Crash victim tackles man fleeing Calgary collision involving stolen vehicle

Crash victim tackles man fleeing Calgary collision involving stolen vehicle Calgary police said the driver "blew through the intersection at 17 Avenue and struck another vehicle, which resulted in a domino effect of collisions." One of the drivers involved in the crash got out of his vehicle and chased after one of the two male occupants who were in the stolen Lincoln Navigator, police said. Oncescu said the crash victim jumped on the man fleeing the scene and held him until police arrived. CPS members took another person who was believed to be in the stolen SUV into custody near the scene. EMS attended the crash but no one was treated.

Report: $ 500 K of Goods Stolen from Alex Rodriguez' s Car in San Francisco. Alex Rodriguez had an estimated 0,000 worth of goods stolen from his rental car Sunday night in San Francisco, reports The San Francisco Chronicle' s Evan Sernoffsky and Phil Matier.

A rental car being used by former Yankees baseball player and broadcaster Alex Rodriguez in San Francisco was broken into on Sunday and an A - Rod was in town announcing the San Francisco Giants match against the Philadelphia Phillies for ESPN. Among the items stolen were bags, a

"I am saddened that several items that were of a personal nature and irreplaceable with sentimental value were taken," Rodriguez told The Washington Post in a statement issued through ESPN. "I am encouraged that local law enforcement has security footage of the crime and are doing all they can to get the items back."

Rodriguez, 44, retired after the 2016 season with 696 home runs and 2,086 RBIs in 22 seasons with the Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers and New York Yankees. The three-time MVP and 14-time All-Star won the 2009 World Series with New York.

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