Deadspin’s Erik Malinowski posted several athletes’ tweets about the election, including LeBron James having a little fun (“Ohio and Fla. My favorite states!”), Lendale White’s thoughts on Colorado passing Amendment 64 (“Co becomes 1st state ever to legalize weed!! Wow”), and a golfer named Pat Perez who tweeted a profanity-laced diatribe about unemployment and higher taxes that he later said he “didn’t submit.”

I took a gander at what some of our local athletes had to say about four more years for Barack Obama, and their tweets ran the gamut as well. Several were quite happy, like Randy Moss:

49ers CB Tramaine Brock:

Oakland A’s second baseman Jemile Weeks:

However, there were some athletes with local ties who were not as enthusiastic about Tuesday night’s result in the Presidential election. One was Andrew Susac, a catcher in the San Francisco Giants’ minor league system.

Clayton Blackburn, a right-handed starting pitcher in the Giants’ system who John Sickels called “one of the most intriguing prospects in baseball” not too long ago, also showed his displeasure:

He isn’t with the San Francisco 49ers anymore, but Blake Costanzo had a memorable 2011 as one of the leaders on the coverage teams. He now has plans for tomorrow:

Back to Susac, who was upset enough to plan future real estate ventures:

This might be how Brandon McCarthy would respond to Susac:

Meanwhile, McCarthy’s teammate Brett Anderson is ready for the whole thing to be over: