Yasiel Puig was one of the most exciting and animated players of the 2017 postseason, but his season came to a disappointing end as the Dodgers came up short in Game 7 of the World Series. To rub salt into the wound, Puig’s Los Angeles-area house was burglarized during the deciding game.
The value of the items taken wasn’t disclosed by police, but it sounds like Puig isn’t losing stress about the incident.
TMZ Sports caught up with the Dodgers outfielder after a recent Lakers game and asked him whether he was worried about being robbed again in the future. His response was Perfect Puig.
“No man. I have too much f—ing money in my life,” Puig replied. “I’m not worried bout that s–t.”
Puig signed a seven-year, $42 million deal with the Dodgers back in 2012, so he’s probably doing alright for himself. It was the second time this year that Puig has been a victim, as thieves made off over $100,000 in jewelry and other items during a similar incident back in March.