Rod's valuables taken from auto after S.F. game

Alex Rodriguez

"I am saddened that several items that were of a personal nature and irreplaceable with sentimental value were taken", Rodriguez said.

Alex Rodriguez's rental auto was reportedly broken into after the San Francisco Giants' game against the Phillies on Sunday night in San Francisco.

The vehicle, which was rented by ESPN for some of the production crew covering the Phillies-Giants game on Sunday Night Baseball, was broken into while the group was having dinner after the game.

A thief broke into the former Yankees slugger's rental vehicle sometime between 9 and 11 p.m. Sunday while it was parked about three blocks from Oracle Park, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing law-enforcement sources. He also said the department's burglary unit is handling the investigation.

ESPN said it was working with local authorities.

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As the Chronicle reports, however, there has been an epidemic of vehicle break-ins in San Francisco of late, with almost 70 occurring in the city each day in the month of July.

One source with direct knowledge of the case tells us the value of the stolen items is nowhere near $500k. and we're told that figure is not even close to what the items are really worth.

ESPN hired Rodriguez as a color analyst past year.

This weekend's trip to San Francisco for ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball was one to forget for Alex Rodriguez. ESPN said Mendoza was not seriously injured and was recovering with her family and was expected back in the booth soon.

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