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Huston Street | Relief Pitcher | #16

Team: Los Angeles Angels
Age / DOB:  (34) / 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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Angels declined RHP Huston Street's $10 million option for 2018.
He'll get a $1 million buyout. Street threw a total of 26 1/3 innings over the life of the two-year, $18 million contract extension he signed with the Angels during the 2015 season. He might have something left if he can stay healthy, but no one was going to gamble $10 million on it. He'll have to take an incentive-laden deal. Nov 2 - 9:28 PM

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Huston Street (shoulder) recently threw a simulated game at the Angels' spring training complex in Arizona.

Street remains hopeful of returning before the end of the season, but it wouldn't appear to be a given. He's been sidelined since early July with a strained right rotator cuff.
Sep 15 - 12:39 PM

Angels transferred RHP Huston Street from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list.

It's a paperwork move to open a 40-man roster spot for outfielder Eric Young Jr. Street resumed throwing last week, but he's still at least 3-4 weeks away from becoming an option for the Angels' bullpen. The veteran reliever has been sidelined since early July with a right groin strain.
Aug 29 - 9:17 PM

Huston Street (shoulder) resumed throwing this week.

Now he's moving his rehab to the team's spring training facility in Arizona. Street is optimistic he can return for the final two weeks of the season. "It was a longer process than I think we anticipated but it feels good now," said Street. "We can just kind of build up to something to try to finish the season healthy." Injuries have limited Street to just four appearances this year.
Aug 24 - 9:16 PM

A recent MRI revealed a mild rotator cuff strain in Huston Street's throwing shoulder.

Street was nearing a return from the DL about a month ago but his rehab mysteriously stalled and now we know why. Injuries have limited Street to just 30 relief outings since the start of 2016. The 33-year-old (he turns 34 tomorrow) faces an uphill battle to pitch again this year. Street has a $10 million club option for 2018, but the Angels are more likely to buy him out for $1 million.
Aug 1 - 8:26 PM

Huston Street (groin) said he expects to return from the disabled list on Friday.

That's the first day he's eligible to return. Street landed on the DL with a strained groin earlier this month but is already trending toward full health. He may make one rehab appearance before returning to the big leagues. Street was the Angels' closer as recently as last year but now serves in a setup role ahead of Bud Norris.
Jul 8 - 7:30 PM

Angels placed RHP Huston Street on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to July 3, with a right groin strain.

Here we go again. Street missed the first 11 weeks of the season due to lat and shoulder injuries, returned to make four appearances, and now hits the disabled list yet again with the groin strain. This does not change the Angels' bullpen backend, as Cam Bedrosian and Bud Norris should continue to see eighth- and ninth-inning work respectively. Street can no longer be counted on as a true fantasy option given his seemingly never-ending injury problems.
Jul 5 - 5:13 PM

Huston Street tossed a 1-2-3 seventh inning in his season debut Friday against the Red Sox.

Street struck out one batter in the frame while throwing 10 out of his 11 pitches for strikes. He mostly sat in the 88-90 mph range with his fastball. The veteran reliever has had all sorts of injury issues over the past year, but he’s finally feeling good now. The Angels will likely continue to ease him into things before pushing him into more high-leverage situations.
Jun 23 - 11:13 PM

Angels activated RHP Huston Street from the 10-day disabled list.

Street is finally ready to rejoin the Angels after missing the first 11 weeks of the 2017 regular season with lat and shoulder injuries. He worked 1 1/3 scoreless innings Monday in his final rehab appearance with Triple-A Salt Lake. The veteran reliever could quickly work his way back into high-leverage action in Anaheim if he appears up for the task.
Jun 22 - 3:30 PM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) expects to be activated from the disabled list Thursday.

Street joined up with the Angels on Wednesday in New York after working 1 1/3 scoreless innings Monday in his final rehab appearance with Triple-A Salt Lake. The veteran reliever has been out all season with lat and shoulder injuries, and he'll likely be eased into higher-leverage situations.
Jun 21 - 4:00 PM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) worked 1 1/3 scoreless innings Monday with Triple-A Salt Lake.

It was the veteran right-hander's third appearance on his current minor league rehab assignment, and probably his sharpest. Street, out since spring training with lat and shoulder troubles, projects to join the Angels' bullpen by the end of this week.
Jun 20 - 6:10 PM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) is on track to return to the Angels late next week.

The plan calls for Street to throw another rehab inning Friday at High-A Inland Empire and then attempt a four-out appearance early next week at Triple-A Salt Lake. If those both go smoothly, the Angels will likely feel confident working him in. Street has been on the disabled list all season because of lat, shoulder, and trapezius injuries, and he figures to work in lower-leverage appearances out of the gate in Anaheim after struggling to a 6.45 ERA in 22 1/3 innings last year.
Jun 16 - 6:56 AM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) walked two and allowed two hits while recording one out in a minor league rehab appearance with High-A Inland Empire on Wednesday.

Street was not at his sharpest in the rehab outing, but all that really matters in this case is that he comes away from it healthy. Assuming he feels no discomfort in the coming hours, he will make another appearance at High-A on Friday before continuing up the ladder to Triple-A Salt Lake. He could potentially rejoin the Angels before the end of the month if he is able to make it through his assignment unscathed.
Jun 14 - 10:50 PM

Huston Street (lat, shoulder) will restart a minor league rehab assignment with High-A Inland Empire on Wednesday.

Street is scheduled to make appearances on Wednesday and Friday. Should those go off without a hitch, the veteran closer would then move on to Triple-A Salt Lake. His rehab from lat and shoulder injuries was slowed by right triceps tightness at the beginning of June. He could potentially return to the team later this month, though given his seemingly never-ending injury concerns, his rehab will be one to watch.
Jun 14 - 6:31 PM

Huston Street's rehab has been delayed due to right triceps tightness.

Street was nearing a return from the disabled list but now his rehab assignment with Triple-A Salt Lake has been put on pause. The right-hander can add this one to the laundry list of injuries he's dealt with over the last year. Street's setback will buy Bud Norris more time in the closer role.
Jun 1 - 11:43 PM

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