Last summer, Arizona Diamondbacks relief pitcher Archie Bradley went through a sleepless night after his dog and best friend Crash went missing.
Fortunately, that story had a happy ending -- and Archie certainly hopes this one will, too.
On Wednesday, after competing at the Waste Management Phoenix Open Annexus Pro-Am in Scottsdale, Bradley took to social media to let us know his golf bag has gone missing. On Thursday, Bradley said his bag was "definitely stolen" from the 16th hole.
Along with his clubs, Bradley said the bag had his wallet, phone chargers and his dad's sunglasses inside.
Scottsdale police confirmed it is investigating the theft.
Soon after Bradley reported his bag missing, the bag was posted for sale on OfferUp -- but it was apparently posted as a joke, and one that OfferUp user Franklin Miller apologized for.
(cont.) my account was terminated (which I deserve). So i had no access. im so sorry this was a joke that went to far, I didn’t mean for it to be found by you or written by Arizona Sports. I hope you find them I am truly sorry man Thanks for everything you do for this community.— Franklin Miller (@Frankli98876502) January 31, 2019
On the plus side, PXG was kind enough to send Bradley a new golf bag and clubs while he's waiting to find the old ones.