Rays Players' House Robbed At Spring Training: Rental Home Of Longoria, Price, Brignac Burglarized

MLB Players' House Robbed At Spring Training

The spring training rental home of three Tampa Bay Rays players was robbed on Saturday, according to the St. Petersburg Times.

Evan Longoria, David Price and Reid Brignac reportedly had at least $50,000 worth of electronics and jewelry stolen from their home while they were playing a Grapefruit League game.

"They took pretty much everything that was ours inside the house," Longoria said.

Brignac called it a "crappy situation" and said "everything was gone."

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.

Earlier in March, it was reported that Longoria had his car stolen in Arizona.

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