New York Yankees utility man Miguel Andújar was reportedly robbed at gunpoint in his home country of the Dominican Republic on Wednesday night.
The incident happened while the 27-year-old was on his farm, the Listin Diario reported on Friday. The outlet added Andujar’s $7,000 watch was taken during the incident, as was his father’s SUV.
According to the report, two armed men beat the baseball player before forcing him to hand over his jewelry. The men then allegedly took Andújar’s dad’s car before later abandoning it.
Several gunshots were fired during the altercation, the outlet reported. But, Andújar is said to be in stable condition. Cops are reportedly investigating.
A source told Newsday that Andújar was “doing OK” and is expected to arrive in Tampa, Florida on Saturday for spring training.