Mar 28, 2011, 8:22 AM EDT
It’s been a rough spring for Evan Longoria. First his 1967 Camaro was boosted and now the house he rents for spring training has been broken into. And it’s not just his: he shares it with David Price and Reid Brignac and the joint was cleaned out:
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.
“David got the worst part of it,” Brignac said. “I feel bad for him.”
Everyone says that spring training lasts too long. I don’t think anyone would agree with that more than Longoria, Price and Brignac.
(thanks to Chris B. for the heads up)
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