Cleveland Indians pitcher Derek Lowe had his World Series ring and a gold trophy stolen from his home in Fort Myers, Fla., authorities said Monday.
Lowe won the ring with the Boston Red Sox in 2004, his only championship season.
His housekeeper reported the items stolen on Friday, along with women's shoes, purses and two gold necklaces, the Naples Daily News reported. It was not clear who owned those goods.
The total value of the items was estimated to be about $90,000.
The divorced 38-year-old started 33 games in 2004 as the Red Sox won their first title in 86 years.
The ring was described as being 18-karat white gold with rubies and diamonds, and inscribed with Lowe's name and jersey number, 32.