Yasiel Puig's house was burglarized again during Game 7

Worst. Night. Ever.

It’s bad enough to lose a Game 7, but returning home to find out you’ve been robbed?

Well, that’s a gut punch that Yasiel Puig probably didn’t need on Wednesday night.

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According to both TMZ and CBS Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder’s home in Encino, Calif. was burglarized when Puig was playing in the World Series at Dodger Stadium.

If you’re thinking this story sounds familiar: You’re right. A different home in Sherman Oaks that Puig owned was robbed of at least $170,000 in jewelry when Puig was at spring training in Arizona.

Despite moving, opportunistic thieves armed with baseball schedules seemed to have followed him.

The good news is that this heist does not appear to be as large-scale as the previous one. TMZ reports the thieves broke a window but did not get away with much.

Yasiel Puig’s home in Encino was reportedly robbed during Game 7.  (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)