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Huston Street | Relief Pitcher

Team: Los Angeles Angels
Age / DOB:  (31) / 8/2/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 190
Bats / Throws: Right / Right
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Huston Street blew his first save as a member of the Angels, allowing four consecutive singles without recording an out in a walk-off loss to the Rangers on Sunday.
Street had been lights-out not just since joining the Angels, but all season including his time with the Padres. But the Rangers strung together four singles in a row to score two runs. Mike Carp knocked in the tying run, and Adam Rosales drove in the winning run. On the season, Street is 33-for-35 in save chances with a 1.20 ERA and a 44/10 K/BB ratio. Aug 17 - 6:01 PM

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Huston Street slammed the door on the Rangers in the ninth inning on Friday, working a scoreless inning to protect a one-run lead.

Street needed just 15 pitches to dispatch of the Rangers in order, including a strikeout. He has now converted each of his first eight save chances with the Angels, and has been unscored upon in his 11 innings of work. As long as he remains healthy, he should continue to rack up saves while posting stellar ratios.
Aug 15 - 11:44 PM

Huston Street fired a perfect ninth inning against the Phillies to notch his 31st save of the season on Wednesday.

Street hasn't struck out a hitter in three straight starts, but we aren't complaining. He's unscored upon in 10 innings since being traded from the Padres to the Angels, continuing a dominant season. Street sports a sparkling 0.84 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 43/10 K/BB ratio over 43 innings on the season.
Aug 14 - 1:16 AM

Huston Street threw a perfect ninth inning against the Rays to earn his 30th save of the season on Sunday.

Street struck out one in the inning, giving him a 43/9 K/BB ratio over 40 innings of work this year. He's still unscored upon in seven innings since being traded from the Padres to the Angels, and Street owns a 0.90 ERA and 0.78 WHIP overall.
Aug 3 - 7:13 PM

Huston Street decided to make things interesting on Friday, loading the bases in the ninth inning on Friday before rallying to retire the final three hitters he faced and earn his 29th save.

A pair of singles and a walk put the potential winning run on the bases with no outs to begin the ninth inning, but the veteran closer bore down and punched out Desmond Jennings and Ben Zobrist before getting Matt Joyce on a fly ball. He owns a 0.92 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and 42/9 K/BB ratio over 39 innings on the season.
Aug 1 - 11:09 PM

Huston Street held the Orioles scoreless in the 13th inning, preserving the Angels' one-run lead in a win on Thursday.

Street has been exactly what the Angels ordered when they traded for him on July 19. He's put together five scoreless appearances and is 4-for-4 in save chances. Overall, including his time with the Padres, Street is 28-for-29 in save chances with a 0.95 ERA and a 40/8 K/BB ratio.
Jul 31 - 11:49 PM

Huston Street pitched a perfect ninth inning Sunday to earn the save against the Tigers.

Street mowed through the top of the Tigers order to close it out, striking out Miguel Cabrera to end it. It was his third save since joining the Angels and 27th overall this year. Street has made a seamless transition back to the American League and is one of the best closing options going right now as a dominant stopper on a very good team.
Jul 27 - 8:15 PM

Huston Street picked up his first save as an Angel -- and his 25th save of the season -- in Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Orioles.

The Angels came back to win once again, scoring two runs in the bottom of the eighth to hand Street his first American League save opportunity since he was a member of the A's in 2008. Los Angeles acquired one of the game's best relievers from the Padres for prospects 2B Taylor Lindsey, SS Jose Rondon and RHPs R.J. Alvarez and Elliot Morris last week. Street boasts a 1.03 ERA and 0.77 WHIP over 35 innings.
Jul 24 - 1:14 AM

Angels acquired RHP Huston Street and RHP Trevor Gott from the Padres for 2B Taylor Lindsey, SS Jose Rondon and RHPs R.J. Alvarez and Elliot Morris.

Even though Joe Smith has done such a nice job in the ninth, the Angels wanted a closer to strengthen their bullpen as a whole. Enter Street, who has been exceptional this year after giving up 12 homers in 56 2/3 innings in 2013. He has a 1.09 ERA so far in 2014, with just three homers allowed in 33 innings. His addition makes Smith and Jason Grilli droppable in mixed leagues. Joaquin Benoit will take over as San Diego's closer. Gott, a 2013 sixth-round pick, projects as a middle reliever or perhaps a setup man in the majors. He has a 3.56 ERA and a 42/18 K/BB in 43 innings between high-A and Double-A this year.
Jul 19 - 1:50 AM

ESPN's Jim Bowden reports that the Angels have agreed to a deal with the Padres to acquire closer Huston Street and a minor league pitcher for Taylor Lindsay, Jose Rondon, Jose Alvarez and another minor leaguer.

On the surface, it looks like a good deal for both sides. The Angels get another stellar bullpen arm that they so desperately coveted, while the Padres receive more than an ample return package as they look to build toward the future. Street is expected to close for the Angels, with Joe Smith moving back into his customary setup role.
Jul 19 - 12:11 AM

Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that a trade sending Padres closer Huston Street to the Angels is being finalized.

It's unclear at the moment what the return package would be, but Taylor Lindsay has been mentioned and was scratched from Friday's lineup at Triple-A Salt Lake. It sounds as though the deal will get done soon.
Jul 18 - 10:54 PM

Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports reports that the Angels and Padres continue to work on a deal for Huston Street.

While there is obviously mutual interest to getting this thing done, Brown cautions that there is still a lot of ground to cover before reaching an agreement.
Jul 18 - 10:13 PM

ESPN's Jim Bowden reports that the Angels are close to finalizing a deal to acquire Huston Street from the Padres.

There's no word yet on what the Padres will receive in return. Street would surely slide into the closer role for the Halos, with Joe Smith going back to a more suitable setup role. Street has put up a nifty 1.09 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 34/7 K/BB ratio over 33 innings of work this season for the Padres. He's making $7 million in 2014 and has a $7 million club option on his contract for 2015.
Jul 18 - 6:01 PM

ESPN's Jim Bowden reports that the Padres are "getting closer" to trading Huston Street.

It's not clear which team is the likely landing spot, but plenty of clubs are looking for relief help. Street is making $7 million this season and has a $7 million club option on his contract for 2015. He's boosted his trade value by posting a 1.09 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 34/7 K/BB ratio over 33 innings of work this season.
Jul 18 - 5:53 PM

Huston Street was named to the National League All-Star team as replacement for teammate Tyson Ross who is pitching on Sunday.

Street is certainly deserving of the honor, as he's having one of the finest seasons in his career. The 30-year-old has converted 24 of his 25 save chances while posting a 1.09 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 34/7 K/BB ratio over 33 innings of work.
Jul 13 - 5:10 PM

Depth Charts

Batters
PosRoleName
C1Chris Iannetta
2Hank Conger
1B1Albert Pujols
2B1Howie Kendrick
SS1Erick Aybar
2John McDonald
3B1David Freese
LF1Josh Hamilton
2Grant Green
CF1Mike Trout
RF1Kole Calhoun
2Collin Cowgill
Starting Pitcher
PosRoleName
S1Jered Weaver
2C.J. Wilson
3Garrett Richards
4Tyler Skaggs
5Matt Shoemaker
6Hector Santiago
Relief Pitcher
PosRoleName
R1Huston Street
2Joe Smith
3Jason Grilli
4Kevin Jepsen
5Joe Thatcher
6Mike Morin
7Cory Rasmus
8Fernando Salas
9Yoslan Herrera
10Michael Roth
11Sean Burnett
12Brian Moran
13Ryan Brasier