With pitchers and catchers reporting next week, players are savoring their final days of of the offseason. Some are spending time with their families, working out, rapping and/or doing some hobbies.

For Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer, one of those hobbies is flying drones.

Unfortunately, the 25-year-old seems a bit unclear about where he can actually do this in his hometown of Santa Clarita, Calif., as the police were called while he was using his drone. This sparked a huge Twitter rant:

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To the A hole who called the cops on me for peacefully flying my drone in the park...I wish you a short and miserable life.

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

According to @santaclarita I'm allowed to fly over crowded public streets but if I fly over an abandoned grassy field, ILLEGAL! #stupid

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

Bauer is no stranger to Twitter rants and threw some jabs back at fans tweeting at him:

@david_brelsford I'm sure you're one who would tell me to stop thinking too much too. Fix yourself.

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

@Gxmezzz my right to block anyone I want. Congrats, you made the list.

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

@NWFin and your twitter game is pathetic

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

@CharlesMattP just unfollow me if you don't like. This is my account. I'll tweet what I want hot shot.

— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) February 12, 2016

Luckily for Bauer, he'll be reporting to camp soon where there are (apparently) no drone laws.

(h/t Barstool Sports)