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Trevor Bauer goes on Twitter rant after cops were called on his drone

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)