Palm Beach Post
had this story on Sunday:
Could be a long season for the Florida Marlins, and not just because of the expected losses.
The environmental group that saw 27 of its members arrested last month in a protest against FPL is telling the Marlins they need to rein in pitcher Logan Kensing, or else.
What did the reliever do?
The off-season rancher finds it rewarding to track wild hogs and coyotes with a helicopter hovering over his native Texas, then gun them down from above.
"We want the Marlins to make him agree to stop," said the Palm Beach County Environmental Coalition's co-chair, attorney Barry Silver. . . . .
Labels: Environment, Hunting