MLB analyst roasts Roasts Angels owner for decision to stay


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A few months ago, at the end of August to be precise, Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno announced his intention to explore selling the team.

Many fans reacted positively to the news: after all, the Angels haven’t made the postseason since 2014 and are desperate for a change.

However, Moreno announced this week that he is abandoning the idea of ​​selling the franchise.

He will no longer consider that option and will instead continue to manage the Angels and decide the fate of the franchise.

MLB analyst Dan Szymborski criticized his latest decision.

“It’s like Arte Moreno read a letter ‘Arte, I think we work best as friends’ left by fans, but he took it too literally, completely missing the intended meaning. The fans are more than happy to let him part ways,” he tweeted.

In a statement this week, Moreno said that during the process of exploring the sale, “it became clear that we have unfinished business and we feel we can make a positive impact on the future of the team and the fan experience.”

The disconnect between ownership and fans is clear: they simply do not want Moreno as the owner and have been anxiously waiting to find out who will be their new leader.

Moreno’s retreat not only disappointed fans, but could be seen as a red flag for potential buyers in the future.

No one knows for sure what happened, but Moreno must not have liked the offers he was getting for the Angels.

Can he salvage his relationship with the fans and be at least competitive in 2023?



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