Alex Rodriguez victim of car burglary while in San Francisco: report

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New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez pauses during a news conference, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016, in New York, after announcing that Friday, Aug. 12, will be his last game as a player. Rodriguez will continue on in a role as a special advisor

Alex Rodriguez was the victim of a car burglary while broadcasting in San Francisco over the weekend, according to TMZ Sports.

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The baseball legend was working the  Philadelphia Phillies - San Francisco Giants game when his rental car was broken into just a few blocks away from where he was working at Oracle Park Sunday.

TMZ Sports reports the thieves took $500K worth of valuables, which included electronics and jewelry.

Representatives for the broadcaster contest he had valuables worth that value amount, telling the website "the financial value of the items stolen from Alex Rodriguez’s vehicle while he was having dinner is being grossly exaggerated."

Rodriguez expressed the items were of sentimental value, and that he hopes surveillance footage will help police find the culprit(s).

The “Sunday Night Baseball” broadcaster was at the baseball stadium working with his ESPN crew for most of the day, according to the website.

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Police are reportedly investigating the incident in order to find the crooks who busted into the sports star’s rental.

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It's unclear how many people were involved in the car burglary.

This post was updated to reflect statements from Rodriguez's representatives.

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