Miguel Andujar was robbed at gunpoint at his San Cristóbal farm in the Dominican Republic, according to reports.
The New York Yankees utility player was in a frightening situation that took place Wednesday with the assailants allegedly firing three bullets, per ESPN Deportes. The 27-year-old wasn’t struck but was beaten. One person was shot, a relative, and is believed to be in stable condition.
A watch worth an estimated $7,000 was reportedly stolen, along with an SUV belonging to Andujar’s father, according to Listin Diario. That vehicle would be found abandoned, and authorities are also said to have obtained surveillance footage.
At least 10 individuals are believed to be under investigation for the robbery and the assault, according to Listin Diario.
Andujar is said to be doing “OK,” and is slated to arrive in Tampa on Saturday for spring training.