Kyle Kendrick's 2008 World Series ring was stolen from his Washington home more than a week ago, according to police.

A report in The Seattle Times said thieves broke into a safe in Kendrick's Mount Vernon, Wash., home during the weekend of March 26-27 and took the ring. They also stole a framed Ken Griffey Jr. jersey off a wall along with gloves, bats and other keepsake items Kendrick had saved. Televisions, computers and other electronics were also taken, according to the report.

Lt. Chris Cammock of the Mount Vernon police told the Times that a home alarm system did not go off. He also said Kendrick had the ring insured.

The report said Kendrick's home is for sale and there was an open house March 26. Investigators are looking into anyone who had access to the home.

It's not the first time a 2008 World Series ring has been swiped. Phillies director of publicity John Brazer had his stolen at Citizens Bank Park by a janitor in 2009, but it was later found and returned.

- Matt Gelb