500,000 Reasons A-Rod is a Dumbass

Oh A-Rod.

If you’re in San Francisco, and they had over 2,100 car break-ins in July alone, WHY on earth are you leaving $500,000 worth of valuables in a car? Even if you were in a city that doesn’t have such a high rate of car break-ins, WHY on earth are you leaving $500,000 worth of valuables in a car?

Alex Rodriguez isn’t always known for his stellar decision making, what with cheating at baseball, lying about cheating at baseball, contesting the suspension when he got caught cheating at baseball, hypocritically saying “rules are rules” during the 2018 NL Wildcard broadcast , (allegedly) cheating on his smoking hot fiancee Jennifer Lopez, buying J-Lo a really expensive car for her birthday when she hasn’t driven in over 20 years.. you get the idea. Even his ex’s mom thinks he’s a dumbass.

So really, it should come as no surprise that he was dumb enough to make the decision to leave a half million dollars worth of valuables, including a laptop, camera, and what is likely to be a boat load of jewelry, in the SUV that ESPN rented for the production crew covering the Phillies/Giants game on Sunday night. While out to dinner with some other ESPN crew, the SUV was <audible gasp!> broken into and his valuables were stolen.

A-Rod had this to say about the robbery:

“I am saddened that several items that were of a personal nature and irreplaceable with sentimental value were taken. I am encouraged that local law enforcement has security footage of the crime and are doing all they can to get the items back.”

Seriously, Alex. WHY. ON. EARTH. ARE. YOU. LEAVING. $500,000. WORTH. OF. VALUABLES. IN. A. CAR? Did you not have a hotel safe? And why are you traveling with that much jewelry? Are you strapped for cash and trying to make an insurance claim? Are you really that dumb? At this point, nothing should surprise us when it comes to his inability to make sound life choices. Perhaps the steroids ruined that part of his brain. In any case, good luck to you on getting your things back, Mr. Rodriguez. Maybe it’s time to hire a life-coach.

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