Evan Longoria Robbed During Spring Training ... Again

Evan Longoria is having a rough spring.

He's hitting .250 with 3 home runs and 10 RBI. But those stats are the best thing about his spring training experience so far. It's what happens off the field that's been so tough.

Longoria, along with housemates David Price and Reid Brignac, was robbed as part of a home invasion in Port Charlotte, Florida on Saturday.

Among the items taken were a 60-inch flat screen TV, three iPads, two Xbox game systems, headphones, Price's laptop and several of Price's high-priced watches that were packed in a bag of clothes. "They probably didn't even know what was in it," he said. Price estimated his loss in excess of $50,000, though he said his most expensive watch was insured.

Rough. Even more-so when you find out this isn't the first time Longoria's been robbed this spring.

This was the second time this spring Longoria has been victimized, as his 1967 Camaro was stolen in early March from the lot of an Arizona shop where it was being refurbished.

The point is, if you have valuables on your person, stay clear of Evan Longoria for the time being.

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