Jered Weaver gives his final goodbye to Angel Fans

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Updated: February 18, 2017

This morning news broke that Jered Weaver will no longer be wearing Halo red, as he signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Padres.

For his career, Weaver went 150-93 with a 3.55 ERA for the Angels, the second most victories in franchise history, behind Chuck Finley’s 165. Before he got his bags packing for his new career in San Diego, he thank the Angels community one last time.

“Want to thank all the Angel fans for your support over the years! Wish we could have brought a trophy to the city of Anaheim! Much Love!”

According to Angels MVP Mike Trout (From Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register) It’s going to be tough without the veteran.

“It’s going to be tough,” Trout said. “He’s one of those guys you can’t replace. I talked to him a lot this offseason… When I got here, he was here. And now coming into this clubhouse and locker room, it’s quiet, it’s different not seeing Weaver when you walk in.

Just one of those guys that, great teammate and off the field, you could do anything with him. We could go to dinner, he always treated. He was professional as it gets.”

Thank you for the memories Jered Weaver.

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