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The iconic item was later reportedly revealed to be one of thousands of replicas the Yankees handed out during a game Hernandez started for the Mariners in 2015, according to CBS Sports.BREAKING: This ring belongs to @Real King Felix and his home was 123 that was broken into. pic.twitter.com/Ej Yix Zxu He — Alex Rozier (@Alex Rozier K5) January 25, 2017 The burglary ring was labeled the “Rock Smash Crew” because of the burglars’ tendency to “break a rear window or sliding door with a rock or other object, and then steal jewelry, purses, cash, and firearms,” according to the police statement.You are barely out of your teens, and have been signed to a multiyear, multimillion-dollar contract by a pro team.You can expect another million to million in endorsement deals, and are positioned to become a brand unto yourself: another Le Bron, Brady, Kobe, Jeter. If you were to find yourself in this scenario, you would most likely wind up dead broke, if not bankrupt and homeless, by the time you turned 40. They’re waiting to see who goes into the lottery of going broke.” Of course, it’s not a lottery, a game of chance.“Lots of players are having financial trouble, but they won’t talk about it,” says ex-NBA player Adonal Foyle, author of the new book, “Winning the Money Game: Lessons Learned From the Financial Fouls of Pro Athletes”. Pro athletes go broke due to a constant series of bad decisions, and seemingly no amount of cautionary tales — from Tyson to Iverson to Holyfield to William “The Refrigerator” Perry — can stop them.
The Philadelphia home of Raptors guard Kyle Lowry is one of many the police are investigating as they attempt to recover millions of dollars in jewelry stolen from across the Delaware Valley."They were cozy and cuddly."A source told PEOPLE the New York Giants wide receiver and the Keeping up with the Kardashians star sparked at Scott Disick's Las Vegas birthday party before getting very friendly at Drake's beachside 2016 Memorial Day bash.