Yasiel Puig had a worse night than you can possibly imagine. Not only did the Dodgers outfielder have to experience losing Game 7 of the World Series, he returned home and his house had been broken into.
The LAPD confirmed to CBS Los Angeles that they responded to an alarm at an Encino home, where they found a window smashed and some jewelry taken. The home belonged to Puig. In a separate report by TMZ the alarm allegedly scared off the burgler, preventing them from getting away with more valuables than just the jewelry. Puig had to spend the end of his night speaking with police and cleaning up his house, after suffering the crushing loss in Game 7.
It’s horrible to see this happen, and even worse considering this has happened to Puig before. In March his Sherman Oaks home was robbed in a separate incident, in which the Dodgers player had $170,000 of jewelry stolen from him.