A-Rod's rental car burglarized in San Francisco; thieves steal $500K in goods

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - AUGUST 08: Former shortstop and third baseman for the New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez "A-Rod" visits "Mornings With Maria" at Fox Business Network Studios on August 08, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images

Former New York Yankees player Alex Rodriguez was a victim of theft Sunday night in San Francisco after thieves broke into his rental car, making off with a half-million dollars in valuables, according to reports.

The rental car was provided by ESPN, the network confirmed.

A-Rod was broadcasting a Giants-Phillies game at Oracle Park, and parked his SUV on the 400 block of Brannan Street, not too far from the ballpark, the publication wrote. 

A-Rod's rental car burglarized in San Francisco; thieves steal $500K in goods (KTVU FOX 2)

The manager of the restaurant Marlowe said Rodriguez had dinner there with a group of people.

After the meal, he returned to his vehicle to find that it had been broken into and all his belongings were gone. 

Thieves reportedly stole a camera, laptop, jewelry and a bag, worth around $500,000. 

The San Francisco Police Department told KTVU that on Sunday around 11:00 p.m. officers were called to 4th and Brannan regarding an auto burglary. 

Officers could not confirm the victim's identity due to department policy.