Merry Christmas Angels Fans


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The holidays are the best time of the year (apart from baseball season of course). The Christmas season is a time to shower friends and families with love and affection. For all the days we take our loved ones for granted, Christmas is the day we show just how much we cherish them. No matter what holiday you celebrate they all share the same core principles, spending time with the ones that mean the most to you and alcohol, lots and lots of alcohol.  On this very special day, we wanted to share some of the Angels’ Christmas messages to their fans.

The official twitter of the Angels sent out this festive tweet to mark the holiday.

Mike Trout took home the 2014 Most Valuable Player Award this past season, and last night he wished Angels fans a Merry Christmas on Facebook.

Outfielder Josh Hamilton did not let his sub par campaign dampen his holiday season. Hopefully, 2015 brings improved health and performance for Hamilton.

Huston Street wished everyone a Merry Christmas and shared an adorable picture of his son after he built a tower that appears to be about 40 feet tall.

Johnny Giavotella may be the newest Halo, but that did not stop him from giving his fans a shout out on Instagram today. Giavotella is vertically challenged, but I think giving him a gnome for Christmas is a bit of a low blow.

Matt Shoemaker was runner up for Rookie of the Year last season and today he set a more traditional tone with his Christmas tweet.

Andrew Heaney took the classic approach this season. Sometimes the simplest approach is the best!

Reliever Mike Morin tweeted out this picture of Christmas lights to honour the occasion. You do not see many lit up birthday cakes this time of year.

Hector Santiago also opted for the basic greeting for Christmas. What these types of tweets lack in creativity, they make up for in effectiveness.

Cam Bedrosian decided to use his 140 characters to wish Jesus a happy birthday.

Angels reliever Vinnie Pestano was nice enough to wish fans a Merry Christmas the year.

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I would just like to say on behalf of everyone involved with Halo Hangout, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad, Happy Kwanzaa, or whatever it is you and your family are celebrating this holiday season. Your readership is the best gift any of you could have given us.

Did anyone receive any Angels related gifts this year? Maybe you had a shirt, or a hat, or even a Halos jersey under your tree. If so, take a picture and tweet it to us and we will retweet our favorites.