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Yasiel Puig's House Was Burglarized During Game 7 Of World Series

The MLB star's night didn't go as planned.

On Wednesday night the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers completed what was one of the most entertaining World Series' in recent baseball history.

The Astros got off to an early 5-0 start, and rode that early hot streak to a 5-1 win in Los Angeles.

As if losing the World Series wasn't enough, Dodgers' star outfielder Yasiel Puig had his house burglarized during the game.

According to TMZ, the burglar didn't make off with much, just $150 in costume jewelry.

The burglar busted a window in Puig's San Fernando Valley home to get in, which set off an alarm ... according to our law enforcement sources. We're told the suspect quickly grabbed some jewelry and bolted -- but the whole caper was caught on surveillance video.

Puig's probably not sweating this after all ... a law enforcement source tells us the burglar made off with costume jewelry. Total value is a mere $150!

Puig house was also broken into earlier this year, when burglars walked off with around $500,000 in stolen jewelry and watches.

It looks like Puig learned his lesson from the earlier incident and decided to hide his expensive jewelry somewhere else and only leave out the costume jewelry.