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Milwaukee Brewers Power Hitter Prince Fielder Is An Ethical Vegetarian

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OK, raise your hands if you think vegetarians are weak and puny (we see you back there, Rupert). For those who have their hands up, Prince Fielder would like a word with you. 

Fielder is the 6-foot, 270-pound first baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers with one hell of a reputation. He’s best know for hitting more than .300 with 22 home runs and knocking in 78 runs in the first half of the Major League Baseball season, which earned him a place on the National League All-Star roster.

Oh yeah, and just a few days ago he won the Home Run Derby, hitting the longest drive of the night (estimated at more than 500 feet).

The best part about this story: HOMEBOY’S A PROUD VEG!! WOOOOO!!! 

Yessiree, shortly after his wife shared a copy of Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin’s bestselling book Skinny Bitch the powerhouse decided to put down the cruel stuff for good.  

Reason number 5 million why we can’t get enough of the Skinny Bitch/Bastard series. 

Thinking about living life sans meat? Visit GoVeg.com and get your free vegetarian starter kit! 

via: hsus.org

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