Evan Phillips’ Home Burglarized During Dodgers’ Playoff Run, Investigation Underway


A home belonging to Dodgers reliever Evan Phillips was burglarized earlier this month while he was away trying to help Los Angeles win a playoff series. According to law enforcement officials, the break-in occurred while Phillips was competing against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the National League Division Series.

Key Takeaway

Dodgers reliever Evan Phillips’ home was burglarized during the team’s playoff run. The incident took place while Phillips was away competing against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The burglary resulted in the theft of over

0,000 worth of jewelry and cash. The investigation is still ongoing, and no arrests have been made.

During the incident, a suspect smashed a rear window of Phillips’ residence and gained entry. The alleged thief then proceeded to steal jewelry and cash, amounting to over $10,000. As of now, no arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.

Another Blow to Dodgers Players

This is not the first time a Dodgers player has fallen victim to a burglary. Earlier this season, the homes of Max Muncy and Freddie Freeman were also targeted by thieves. However, authorities have confirmed that the Phillips case is unrelated to the previous incidents.

Phillips’ Performance on the Mound

Despite the unfortunate events off the field, Evan Phillips continued to perform admirably on the mound. During the series against the Diamondbacks, Phillips threw 2.1 innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out three batters. It remains unclear whether he was aware of the break-in while competing.

Season Ends for the Dodgers

Following three consecutive losses to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Dodgers’ season came to an end. They will not be leaving town for the next few months, as their playoff journey concluded sooner than expected.