Angels fans not reacting well to Arte Moreno’s change of gears

The Angels sent out an announcement on Monday afternoon that owner Arte Moreno was no longer planning to sell the team after exploring the possibility since August.

Angels fans, who haven’t witnessed the team win a playoff game since 2009, weren’t reacting well to the news on Twitter. Here are a few of the more publishable responses:

— Austin Charles (@metzdogg) January 23, 2023

— Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley) January 23, 2023

I’m here for you Angels fans.

— Matt Williams (@MattWi77iams) January 23, 2023

Wow that’s a shame. Was hoping for an owner who would fix the ballpark and could read a map. Your LA obsession is embarrassing.

— Keith Thursby (@keiththursby) January 23, 2023

— Edison LaCour (@EdisonLacour) January 23, 2023

— Bastards of Boston Baseball (@Bastards_Boston) January 23, 2023

— Brad (@brad_mcnerney) January 23, 2023

— Carlos (@AngelsFans04) January 23, 2023

Looking forward to our 20 year playoff drought and losing Ohtani this winter glad you’re back Arte

— Jake (@D1SCHER) January 23, 2023

— Andrew P Muñoz (@Benchy6) January 23, 2023

Soften this blow by extending Ohtani NOW!

— Art Hinojos (@art_hinojos) January 23, 2023

— Swede (Dodging Omicron) Johanson (@SwedeJohanson) January 23, 2023

— Emily Nyman (@EmSheDoesIt) January 23, 2023

— BMAC (@LTNTBMac) January 23, 2023

It never ends does it…

— Jordan H. 𝙈𝙊𝙍𝙀𝙉𝙊 𝙊𝙐𝙏 (@jthamano) January 23, 2023

— Discuss Baseball (@discussbaseball) January 23, 2023

— Solín (@poweredbyjdilla) January 23, 2023

The AL West seeing this:

— Seattle Never Broke Again (@SeaUsNBA) January 23, 2023

Me when I saw this tweet

— Go Chargers Go (@chargers1022) January 23, 2023

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