Dodgers Outfielder Yasiel Puig Has Been Robbed Twice And Doesn’t Care

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig is too blessed to be stressed about his home being jacked off $150 in costume jewelry last week. The $500,000 loss he took in a separate March robbery doesnt make him flinch a bit either. Not like those Justin Verlander sliders did in the World Series. 

Puig, who risked his life for the riches of MLB competition and owed some pretty nefarious characters money for helping him defect from Cuba, isnt sweating a couple of robberies. 

“I have too much f–king money in my life,” Puig told TMZ Sports, as he signed autographs and greeted fans on a late night in LA. “I ain’t worried about that s–t. I have a f–king lot of money.”

Puig is a wild dude, but that’s what a lot of fans like about him. His profanity as a second language is all-time. 

TMZ posted the NSFW video on YouTube:

Yasiel Puig: ‘I Have Too Much F**king Money’ to Worry About Burglary | TMZ Sports

Yasiel Puig doesn’t give a single damn about his L.A. being burglarized last week — telling TMZ Sports, “I have too much f*cking money in my life.” SUBSCRIBE — http://po.st/TMZSportsSubscribe About TMZ Sports: Some of the best stories in sports have been off the field and we’re reporting on athletes from NFL, NBA, UFC, WWE, MLB and more!

The Dodgers outfielder signed a seven-year, $42 million contract in 2012. The deal runs through the 2018 season, and he’s cashed in on $34.5 million so far. 

With arbitration and unrestricted free agency on the horizon, Puig may be pulling in a nine-figure salary in the near future, so hes just charging it to the game and he will probably up his security measures a bit. 

He should, because he invited every criminal in the State of California to come and get a piece of his unlimited stash of cash.  

JR Gamble joined The Shadow League in 2012. The General Manager of Content & Social Media is in his 25th year of covering sports and culture professionally. He has covered a wide variety of major sports and entertainment topics across different mediums, including radio, newspapers, magazines and national TV. His passion is baseball, the culturing of baseball and preserving and documenting the historically-impactful accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans in baseball.