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Huston Street | Relief Pitcher | #16

Team: Los Angeles Angels
Age / DOB:  (33) / 8/2/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 205
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
College: Texas
Drafted: 2004 / Supplemental (Rd. 1) / OAK
Contract: view contract details

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Huston Street (lat) hopes to resume throwing at the end of the month.
Street was diagnosed with a Grade 1 lat strain nearly three weeks, but he saw Dr. Steve Yoon on Monday and everything is healing as scheduled. Still, he's likely a few weeks away from being a legitimate consideration to join the Angels' bullpen. Cam Bedrosian should have the edge for early save chances. Mar 21 - 2:19 PM

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Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Saturday that Huston Street was diagnosed with a Grade 1 lat strain.

He won't throw for the next 3-4 weeks before being re-evaluated. This certainly puts Opening Day in jeopardy for him and opens the door for Cam Bedrosian or Andrew Bailey to begin the season in the closer's role.
Mar 4 - 12:25 PM

Huston Street will undergo an MRI on Friday after departing a Cactus League appearance due to right triceps irritation.

We'll obviously know more once the results of the exam are in, but even if Street receives good news there would seem to be a good chance he'll begin the season on the disabled list. It could open the door for Cam Bedrosian to win the Angels' closer job, although he's dealing with a groin injury himself at the moment. Andrew Bailey is also an option for saves in Anaheim.
Mar 3 - 5:24 PM

Huston Street left a Cactus League appearance versus the Brewers with an apparent injury.

Street had faced just two batters before departing in the middle of an inning. It's unclear at this point what the veteran reliever injured, but he has had a laundry list of ailments over the years. The Angels should have an update on Street's status soon.
Mar 3 - 4:05 PM

Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Wednesday that he's planning to have Huston Street, Cam Bedrosian, and Andrew Bailey compete for the closer job in spring training.

Street would seem to have the edge, but he isn't going to have the job handed to him after an injury-plagued season where he posted an ugly 6.45 ERA and 14/12 K/BB ratio over 22 1/3 innings. The 33-year-old required minor knee surgery in August, but he's expected to be ready for spring training. Bedrosian is the closer of the future here, but Bailey had a strong finish in the role.
Wed, Dec 7, 2016 02:45:00 PM

Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Tuesday that Huston Street has been told he'll need to win the closer role next spring.

And that's probably how it should be. Street was limited to just 26 appearances this season due to injury and struggled miserably with a 6.45 ERA and 14/12 K/BB ratio over 22 1/3 innings when he was healthy enough to actually pitch. The 33-year-old had minor knee surgery in August, but is expected to be ready for spring training. He should be considered the favorite to win the job, but Eppler mentioned that closer-in-waiting Cam Bedrosian will also be in the mix.
Tue, Nov 8, 2016 04:01:00 PM

Angels activated RHP Huston Street from the 60-day disabled list.

It's a procedural move that restores his 40-man roster status. Street had a minor knee surgery in August, but he'll be ready for spring training and should enter 2017 as the Halos' closer.
Mon, Nov 7, 2016 08:54:00 PM

Huston Street underwent successful surgery on his right knee Wednesday.

Street is done for the season, but it was an arthroscopic procedure -- not something more involved -- and the veteran right-hander is expected to be 100 percent by the beginning of spring training next February. He tweeted this from the hospital Wednesday morning: "Just got out of surgery, still pretty loopy, but the doc said I should come back throwing 98, but it could have been 89." Street, 33, finished the 2016 season with a rough 6.45 ERA, 1.93 WHIP, and 14/12 K/BB ratio in 22 1/3 innings. Fernando Salas is currently serving as the Angels' closer, by default.
Wed, Aug 24, 2016 11:32:00 AM

Huston Street will undergo season-ending surgery Wednesday on his right knee.

It'll be an arthroscopic procedure, which should allow Street to enter spring training in 2017 at 100 percent. The 33-year-old right-hander wound up with a highly disappointing 6.45 ERA, 1.93 WHIP, and 14/12 K/BB ratio in 22 1/3 innings this season. He's due $9 million from Anaheim next year with a $10 million club option (or $1 million buyout) for 2018.
Tue, Aug 23, 2016 10:59:00 PM

Huston Street is expected to undergo season-ending knee surgery.

It's a fitting end to a disastrous season for the veteran closer. Street was rarely healthy this year and struggled when he was, collecting a miserable 6.45 ERA over 26 outings. Rookie Cam Bedrosian (finger) has surpassed him and would probably be the favorite for saves if he were healthy. Fernando Salas has filled in at closer the past couple weeks. The Angels' bullpen has been a complete mess this year.
Tue, Aug 23, 2016 03:58:00 PM

Huston Street will receive a second opinion on his ailing right knee and could opt to undergo season-ending surgery.

Street has been sidelined all month with a knee issue and apparently hasn't experienced improvement as hoped. It's unclear what the specifics of the operations might be if he has one, but it's not expected to be anything that would threaten his availability for the start of 2017. Fernando Salas is currently filling in as the Angels' closer.
Sun, Aug 21, 2016 01:56:00 PM

Angels placed RHP Huston Street on the 15-day disabled list with knee inflammation.

Street got lit up for five runs in his last appearance Sunday against the Red Sox, taking his third blown save. He has a 6.45 ERA and 1.93 WHIP for the year. Joe Smith was moved to the Cubs at the trade deadline on Monday, so ninth-inning duties could fall to Cam Bedrosian and his shiny 0.92 ERA. Angels manager Mike Scioscia said he'll use a committee at first.
Tue, Aug 2, 2016 07:13:00 PM

Angels manager Mike Scioscia gave struggling closer Huston Street a vote of confidence after Sunday's blown save against the Red Sox.

Street melted down in the ninth inning on Sunday, giving up five runs and the game in the process. There have been rumblings that he has been on the trade block, though Sunday's implosion couldn't have helped his trade value. Cam Bedrosian is considered the closer of the future in Los Angeles and would be the man to take over should Street get traded or relieved of his closing duties.
Sun, Jul 31, 2016 07:51:00 PM

Huston Street was charged with five earned runs in Sunday's loss to the Red Sox.

Street entered in the top of the ninth inning with the Angels leading 3-0 and promptly gave the game away on a walk, two singles, and back-to-back homers from Dustin Pedroia and Xander Bogaerts. The epic collapse comes with awful timing for the Angels, who are believed to be shopping their veteran closer. He now has a 6.45 ERA for the season.
Sun, Jul 31, 2016 07:18:00 PM

Huston Street fanned one batter in a clean ninth inning to earn a save on Saturday.

It was his ninth save of the season. The strikeout was nice to see as Street has really struggled to miss bats this season. He has struck out 12 batters and walked 11 in 21 2/3 innings and has a 4.79 ERA as a result.
Sun, Jul 31, 2016 12:48:00 AM

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