(FOX NEWS) The widow of an Atlanta Braves pitcher who was gunned down in a 1995 robbery is outraged that her husband’s killer has been released from prison 10 years early, she told FoxNews.com.

Relief pitcher Dave Shotkoski, 30, was fatally shot as he returned to his hotel while in spring training with the Braves in 1995 in West Palm Beach, Fla. Two years later, Neal Evans was charged with second-degree murder, thanks in part to a teammate who was determined to track down his killer. On Tuesday, Evans, now 47, was released from Florida’s South Bay Correctional Facility.

“He should be sitting in jail for the rest of his life,” Shotkoski’s widow, Felicia, told FoxNews.com on Wednesday. “And if not, he should at least serve out his entire sentence.”
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