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Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig’s Home Burglarized During Game 7 Of World Series

Nov 1, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig (66) reacts after flying out in the third inning against the Houston Astros in game seven of the 2017 World Series at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

The Dodgers were not able to bring home the World Series championship this year, dropping Game 7 on Wednesday 5-1. There were a handful of reasons, maybe more, why the series did not go their way. One of them was the lack of offense, including a cold Yasiel Puig.

Puig went 5-11 in the NLDS and 7-18 in the NLCS, with six runs batted in both series combined. Unfortunately, that hot bat went quiet in the World Series. In seven games, Yasiel Puig went just 4-27 and drove in a total of four runs.

As if struggling in the World Series, and ultimately losing it, wasn’t bad enough, his home was broken into during Game 7. TMZ reported on Thursday that the right-fielder’s home located in the Encino area was broken into, though just $150 in jewelry was stolen. Thankfully, this is nothing compared to the reports back in March that said that $170,000 in valuables was stolen from his Sherman Oaks home.

Regardless of the money, however, it’s a shame that Yasiel Puig has to deal with this during what is already such an emotional time.

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Written by Alex Perez

Whittier College Alumnus.
Editor In Chief of Dodgers Nation.
Lifelong Dodgers fan.

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