Yasiel Puig’s Home Hit By Burglars During Game 7 Of World Series

ENCINO (CBSLA) — Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig’s home was burglarized overnight, adding insult to injury after losing in Game 7 of the World Series to the Houston Astros.

An LAPD watch commander confirmed the burglary investigation at the Encino-area home, where a window was found smashed and items were taken.

Neighbors had to round up dogs belonging to Puig that may have gotten out during burglary, according to CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo.

The value of the items taken was not immediately available.

No arrests have been made, according to police.

It’s not the first time Puig’s home has been hit by burglars.

In March, $170,000 in jewelry was taken in a break-in at Puig’s Sherman Oaks home. The Dodgers star reportedly bought his new home in October for $2.6 million.

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  1. Jose Jimenez says:

    Mejifornia……and it s not going to get better.

  2. Grizz Mann says:

    The Democrat redistribution of wealth plan, exposed?

  3. Joe Johnson says:

    Well, we know that they did not steal a World Series ring!

  4. Maybe he can stick his tongue out at the thief………..he’ll stop and vomit.

  5. I hope Yasiel had video surveillance.

  6. Well, Hill’s not able to sell anymore Uranium, and the DNC is bankrupt….

  7. They forgot to mention he had a really BAD security system. Once okay, twice, he needed security system that worked!

  8. Obama’s Dreamers at it again, LMAO

    1. The CRIPS GANG , Snoop Doggs (Calvin Broadus Jr) precious Crips are ripping off homes. Money Drugs Dubs

  9. Dan Quick says:

    Maybe they have a licked bat fetish

  10. Tina Rowfast says:

    I saw this on Drudge, then went to http://www.PressCalifornia.com for more authentic California news.

  11. Guess they knew where Puig was going to be for the next few hours.

  12. Chip Payne says:

    Haven’t these Bling Guys ever heard of a safe?

  13. iratenate says:

    Actually, someone stole his swing seven games ago…

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