Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
current status: On roster
#16 P | 6'0", 195 lbs. | LA Angels
Birth Date:August 2, 1983 (31 years old) Place of Birth:Austin, TX Hometown:Austin, TX
Drafted:Drafted by Oakland in 2004 (1st round).
Acquired:Acquired in a trade with San Diego in 2014.
Drafted:Drafted by Oakland in 2004 (1st round).
Acquired:Acquired in a trade with San Diego in 2014.
|Assets:||Can deceive batters by coming from the side with his funky delivery. His fastball has great sink, which throws hitters off. Also boasts a nice slider and nerves of steel in tight spots.|
|Flaws:||Health has always been an issue with him over the years. Serves up a few too many home runs. Left-handed hitters tend to have an easier time against him than righties.|
|Career Potential:||Savvy veteran late-inning reliever, when healthy.|
Career Honors & Awards
|AL||Rookie of the Year||2005|
|AL||Players Choice Awards||2005|
|Named to the All-Star Game||2012|
Movements & Injuries
|9/13/2014||Missed 2 games (right hamstring injury).|
|9/11/2014||Right hamstring injury, day-to-day.|
|9/10/2014||Missed 1 game (right hamstring injury).|
|9/09/2014||Right hamstring injury, day-to-day.|
|7/18/2014||Acquired from the San Diego Padres.|
|9/18/2013||Missed 2 games (personal reasons).|
|9/16/2013||Personal reasons, day-to-day.|
|6/14/2013||Missed 14 games (strained left calf).|
|6/01/2013||Strained left calf, 15-day DL (retroactive to May 30th, 2013).|
|5/31/2013||Left calf injury, day-to-day.|
|9/21/2012||Missed 36 games (strained left calf).|
|8/11/2012||Strained left calf, 15-day DL.|
|7/29/2012||Signed by the San Diego Padres to a two-year contract extension.|
|6/05/2012||Missed 28 games (strained right lat muscle).|
|5/05/2012||Strained right lat muscle, 15-day DL.|
|12/07/2011||Acquired from the Colorado Rockies.|
|8/26/2011||Missed 15 games (right tricep injury).|
|8/12/2011||Right tricep injury, 15-day DL (retroactive to August 9th, 2011).|
|8/09/2011||Back injury, day-to-day.|
|6/28/2011||Missed 3 games (groin).|
|10/03/2010||Missed the last 3 games of the regular season (strained ribcage muscle).|
|10/01/2010||Strained ribcage Muscle, day-to-day.|
|8/11/2010||Missed 1 game (personal reasons).|
|8/10/2010||Personal reasons, day-to-day.|
|7/29/2010||Missed 1 game (abdominal injury).|
|7/28/2010||Abdominal injury, day-to-day.|
|6/22/2010||Missed 69 games (right shoulder inflammation).|
|4/03/2010||Right shoulder inflammation, early September (retroactive to March 26th, 2010).|
|1/19/2010||Re-signed by the Colorado Rockies to a three-year contract.|
|9/22/2009||Missed 18 games (biceps injury).|
|9/03/2009||Biceps injury, day-to-day.|
|1/19/2009||Re-signed by the Colorado Rockies to a one-year contract.|
|11/12/2008||Acquired from the Oakland Athletics.|
|1/17/2008||Re-signed by the Oakland Athletics to a one-year contract.|
|7/23/2007||Missed 63 games (ulnar nerve injury).|
|5/15/2007||Ulnar nerve injury, 15-day DL (retroactive to May 13th).|
|9/08/2006||Missed 16 games (strained right groin).|
|8/20/2006||Strained right groin, 15-day DL (retroactive to August 19).|
|5/02/2006||Missed 11 games (chest injury).|
|4/21/2006||Chest injury, day-to-day.|
|6/28/2005||Missed 12 games (hamstring).|
|4/02/2005||Contract purchased from Sacramento (AAA).|
|7/18/2014||Los Angeles Angels traded Taylor Lindsey, Jose Rondon and R.J. Alvarez and Elliot Morris to the San Diego Padres for Huston Street and Trevor Gott.|
|12/07/2011||San Diego Padres traded Nick Schmidt to the Colorado Rockies for Huston Street and cash.|
|11/12/2008||Colorado Rockies traded Matt Holliday to the Oakland Athletics for Huston Street, Greg Smith and Carlos Gonzalez.|
|6/07/2004||Drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 1st round (40th overall) in 2004.|
Angels closer Huston Street (hamstring) was not available to pitch on Wednesday according to the Orange County Register. | 09/11/2014 12:23 PM
NewsAngels closer Huston Street (hamstring) was not available to pitch on Wednesday according to the Orange County Register.
ImpactStreet said he could have pitched Wednesday and probably be fine but manager Mike Scioscia was playing it safe. With the lead the Angels have over the Athletics for the division, who can blame him? Street expects to pitch on Friday.
Los Angeles closer Huston Street blew his first save as a member of the Angels after saving his first nine games. | 08/17/2014 7:29 PM
NewsLos Angeles closer Huston Street blew his first save as a member of the Angels after saving his first nine games.
ImpactStreet has actually been great all season and it's just his second blown save versus 33 successes. His ERA, after giving up two runs Sunday, is still a miniscule 1.20.
Angels acquire Street in six-player trade | 07/19/2014 1:50 AM
NewsAngels acquired RHP Huston Street and RHP Trevor Gott from the Padres for second baseman Taylor Lindsey, shortstop Jose Rondon, RHP R.J. Alvarez and RHP Elliot Morris.
ImpactEven 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.
Angels acquire Street in six player trade | 07/19/2014 12:11 AM
NewsESPN'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.
Jim Bowden on Twitter
ImpactOn 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.
Huston Street to Angels deal being finalized | 07/18/2014 10:54 PM
NewsJon Heyman of CBS Sports reports that a trade sending Padres closer Huston Street to the Angels is being finalized.
Jon Heyman on Twitter
ImpactIt'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.
Angels continue to work on acquiring Street | 07/18/2014 10:13 PM
NewsTim Brown of Yahoo Sports reports that the Angels and Padres continue to work on a deal for Huston Street.
Tim Brown on Twitter
ImpactWhile 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.
According to Jim Bowden of ESPN and SiriusXM, the Padres are close to finalizing a trade that will send closer Huston Street to the Angels. | 07/18/2014 6:09 PM
NewsAccording to Jim Bowden of ESPN and SiriusXM, the Padres are close to finalizing a trade that will send closer Huston Street to the Angels.
ImpactStreet has recorded a 1.09 ERA, a 0.76 WHIP and 24 saves in 25 chances this season. Joe Smith has thrown 10 innings in a row without giving up a hit and 11 1/3 without allowing a run, but he's likely to move back to a set-up role.
Angels close to acquiring Street from Padres | 07/18/2014 6:01 PM
NewsESPN's Jim Bowden reports that the Angels are close to finalizing a deal to acquire Huston Street from the Padres.
Jim Bowden on Twitter
ImpactThere'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.
Huston Street named to NL All-Star squad | 07/13/2014 5:10 PM
NewsHuston Street was named to the National League All-Star team as replacement for teammate Tyson Ross who is pitching on Sunday.
Corey Brock on Twitter
ImpactStreet is certainly deserving of the honor, as he's having one of the finest season's 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.
Street blows first save, Padres fall to SF | 07/05/2014 11:21 PM
NewsHuston Street blew his first save of the season Saturday in the Padres' loss to the Giants.
ImpactStreet served up a game-tying solo shot to Michael Morse in the ninth inning and then the Padres fell in the 10th. The right-hander has been otherwise excellent this season and should be an attractive name at the trade deadline.
Street earns 22nd save, Padres top Reds | 07/01/2014 1:10 AM
NewsHuston Street worked around a leadoff single in the ninth inning to convert his 22nd save and close out Monday's 1-0 win over the Reds.
ImpactStreet needed only 10 pitches to finish off Cincinnati. He's thrown just 37 pitches in hurling four straight shutout innings, all saves. The 30-year-old closer ranks fifth in the National League in saves and boasts an amazing 0.90 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 32/7 K/BB rate over 30 frames. With a bevy of contenders slobbering over San Diego's bullpen, there's a decent chance that both Huston Street and Joaquin Benoit will be traded in the next 31 days.
Huston Street picks up 21st consecutive save | 06/29/2014 8:46 PM
NewsHuston Street picked up his 21st save of the season on Sunday, working a perfect ninth inning to protect a one-run lead against the Diamondbacks.
ImpactStreet needed just 10 pitches to set down the side in order, including a strikeout. He has been outstanding this year, converting each of his first 21 chances on the season while posting a stellar 0.93 ERA, 0.76 WHIP and 31/7 K/BB ratio over 29 innings.
Padres receiving inquiries on Street, Benoit | 06/25/2014 9:56 AM
NewsCBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Padres are receiving trade interest in Huston Street and Joaquin Benoit.
ImpactIt's no surprise, of course, as the Padres will be sellers, teams are always looking for bullpen help and both Street (0.96 ERA) and Benoit (1.42 ERA) are having great years. They also both have relatively reasonable contracts, with Street making $7 million this season (with a $7 million club option for 2015) and Benoit making $6 million this season and $8.5 million in 2015 (with an $8 million club option for 2016). Heyman lists the Tigers, Angels, Blue Jays, Orioles, Brewers and Marlins among contending teams thought to be interested in added relief help.
Street collects 20th save in win vs. Mariners | 06/19/2014 9:33 PM
NewsHuston Street worked around a one-out double and a single to grab his 20th save of the season in Thursday's win over the Mariners.
ImpactIt was about as tense a situation as Street has seen in nearly a month, but he was able to wriggle free for the save. The right-hander has had a great season, as he now sports a 0.96 ERA, a 0.79 WHIP, and a 30/7 K/BB ratio in 28 innings.
Street earns 19th save, Padres top Mariners | 06/19/2014 1:10 AM
NewsHuston Street worked a 1-2-3 ninth inning to convert his 19th save of the season in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Mariners.
ImpactHe also struck out a batter in his first save since June 4. The 30-year-old closer is having a sensational year, going 19-for-19 in save chances with a 1.00 ERA, 0.74 WHIP, and 30/7 K/BB ratio. So long as he remains healthy, Street will be one of the league's top fantasy relievers. San Diego has all sorts of problems as an organization, but they aced the eighth and ninth innings with Joaquin Benoit and Street.
Street gets MLB-best 18th save in win vs. PIT | 06/04/2014 9:35 PM
NewsHuston Street worked around a one-out single in the ninth inning to convert his 18th save of the season in Wednesday's win over the Pirates.
ImpactStreet allowed Pedro Alvarez to reach on a single, but got a foul pop up and a strikeout to end the frame. The 30-year-old closer has been lights out for the Padres, now 18-for-18 in save chances with a 1.12 ERA, 0.75 WHIP, and a 26/7 K/BB ratio. He is currently the MLB leader in saves.
Huston Street notches 17th save | 05/31/2014 5:32 PM
NewsHuston Street pitched a scoreless ninth inning against the White Sox on Saturday to lock down his 17th save of the season.
ImpactStreet struck out one batter in the inning and worked around a two-out walk to finish off the victory. Health is always going to be a concern with the 30-year-old, but there's no questioning his ability. He's currently tied with Francisco Rodriguez and Sergio Romo for the MLB lead in saves.
Street notches 16th save in win over ChiSox | 05/30/2014 11:37 PM
NewsHuston Street tossed a perfect ninth inning Friday against the White Sox for his 16th save of the season.
ImpactStreet struck out one batter and needed just 10 pitches to finish off the White Sox. He's now a perfect 16-for-16 in save opportunities and owns a microscopic 1.29 ERA and 24/6 K/BB ratio over 21 innings.
Street gives up two runs but earns 14th save | 05/25/2014 9:14 PM
NewsHuston Street allowed a two-run home run but avoided further damage to earn his 14th save of the season against the Cubs on Sunday.
ImpactStreet walked Anthony Rizzo with a three-run lead and Starlin Castro made him pay with a two-run home run, but the Cubs would get no closer. The homer was the second given up by Street on the year as all three of his runs allowed have come by way of the long ball. Speed bump aside, he's got a 1.42 ERA, 0.84 WHIP and 22/6 K/BB ratio over 19 innings on the season.
Street collects 13th save, Padres top Rockies | 05/17/2014 11:58 PM
NewsHouston Street grabbed his 13th save of 2014 in the Padres' 8-5 win over the Rockies on Saturday.
ImpactStreet struck out two of the three batters he faced in the bottom of the ninth inning and induced a shallow flyout from the other one. San Diego's closer has an exceptional 0.50 ERA on the season with 21 strikeouts and five walks in 18 innings. He's 13-for-13 in save chances.
Street picks up 12th save against the Reds | 05/13/2014 10:59 PM
NewsHuston Street converted his 12th save of the season with a scoreless ninth inning against the Reds on Tuesday.
ImpactStreet had a stress-free ninth inning, striking out two Reds in the process. His 12 saves are now tied for third-best in baseball and he has turned in 10 consecutive scoreless appearances. Street has a minuscule 0.53 ERA, 0.82 WHIP, and an impressive 19/5 K/BB ratio in 17 innings.
Street works out of jam to earn 11th save | 05/11/2014 10:13 PM
NewsHuston Street loaded the bases with a one-run lead against the Marlins but escaped without harm to earn his 11th save of the season on Sunday.
ImpactStreet walked Giancarlo Stanton and Casey McGehee to load the bases with two outs, but he got Jeff Baker to ground out to end the game. Most of Street's saves have been less eventful, as he's got a 0.56 ERA and 0.88 WHIP through 16 innings. His 11 saves are third-most in the National League.
Street earns 10th save, Padres tops Giants | 04/29/2014 1:59 AM
NewsHuston Street struck out two over a 1-2-3 ninth inning to secure his 10th save as the Padres defeated the Giants 6-4 on Monday.
ImpactStreet has been one of fantasy baseball's best closers in the season's opening month. Almost two weeks ago, Brandon Belt smacked a solo homer off Street. Outside of that, nobody has solved him. Street's 10 saves trail only Francisco Rodriguez's 12 for the MLB lead, and he's coughed up only one run in 11 frames (0.82 ERA). In addition, Street has collected a 0.73 WHIP and a 14/2 K/BB rate.
Street notches 8th save as Padres win in 12 | 04/24/2014 11:46 PM
NewsHuston Street tossed a scoreless 12th inning to nail down his eighth save as the Padres defeated the Nationals 4-3 on Thursday.
ImpactStreet was immediately in some hot water, as Bryce Harper led off the 12th inning with a double, but the right-hander was able to get a strikeout and a line drive double play to end the game. Street is now tied for second in baseball with eight saves and has a tidy 1.00 ERA and 11 strikeouts in nine innings.
Street picks up seventh save against Brewers | 04/23/2014 12:24 AM
NewsHuston Street worked a perfect 12th inning against the Brewers on Tuesday to earn his seventh save of the season.
ImpactStreet allowed his first run of the season his last time out, but he was on point again Tuesday. The right-hander induced two ground outs before freezing Ryan Braun on a called strike three to end the game. Street is now 7-for-7 in save opportunities and has a 10/2 K/BB ratio over eight innings.
Huston Street notches sixth save | 04/19/2014 1:02 AM
NewsHuston Street gave up a solo homer to Brandon Belt in the ninth inning Friday, but he still nailed down his sixth save in six chances.
ImpactIt was the first run allowed by Street in seven innings this season. He gave up a whopping 12 homers in 56 2/3 innings last year.
RP Street denies Rockies for fifth save | 04/17/2014 1:26 AM
NewsHuston Street locked down his fifth save of 2014 by striking out two over a scoreless ninth inning in Wednesday's 4-2 victory over Colorado.
ImpactStreet, tied with Craig Kimbrel for the NL lead in saves, earned saves in both of San Diego's wins against his former team as the Padres took two of three. He's 5-for-5 in save conversions to go with a 6/1 K/BB rate, 0.00 ERA and 0.67 WHIP. If the signing of Joaquin Benoit was meant to send a message, it appears as though Street received it.
Street earns 4th save of year, beats Rockies | 04/15/2014 2:05 AM
NewsHuston Street collected his fourth save of the season by hurling a perfect ninth inning in San Diego's 5-4 victory over Colorado on Monday.
ImpactHe struck out a batter and still only needed 10 pitches to shut off the lights against his former team. Halfway through the season's first month, Street has been one of the game's best fantasy closers. He's now 4-for-4 in save opportunities and hasn't allowed a run in five appearances, posting a 4/1 K/BB rate. Three of those four saves have been of the one-run-lead variety, which San Diego seems to specialize in producing.
Street earns third save in win over Indians | 04/09/2014 7:33 PM
NewsHuston Street collected his third save of the season as the Padres beat the Indians 2-1 in the second half of Wednesday's doubleheader.
ImpactStreet gave up a one-out single to Ryan Raburn and then issued a walk to Michael Brantley, but he danced around that threat of danger by retiring Yan Gomes and Asdrubal Cabrera for the final two outs of the game. Street is 3-for-3 in save opportunities this season with a 0.00 ERA.
Street shuts door on Marlins for second save | 04/06/2014 4:13 PM
NewsHuston Street pitched a scoreless ninth inning against the Marlins to earn his second save of the season Sunday.
ImpactStreet struck out one in his perfect inning of work. His strong start to the season paired with Joaquin Benoit coming out of the gate slowly should afford Street some leeway in his hold on the closer role should he stumble in the near future.
Huston Street slams door on Dodgers in opener | 03/30/2014 11:05 PM
NewsHuston Street slammed the door on the Dodgers in the ninth inning on Sunday, preserving a 3-1 victory in their season opener.
ImpactThe veteran closer needed just 11 pitches to dispose of Andre Ethier, Juan Uribe and A.J. Ellis in order, including a strikeout. With free agent acquisition Joaquin Benoit joining the Padres bullpen, Street will have to pitch well in order to keep a stranglehold on the ninth inning role, but so far so good.
Huston Street (groin) will pitch in game Sat. | 03/13/2014 1:06 PM
NewsHuston Street (groin) will pitch in his first game of the spring on Saturday.
Jeff Sanders on Twitter
ImpactThe Padres haven't determined whether it will be a Cactus League game or a minor league game. Street has been slowed by a minor groin ailment. He is expected to be ready for the start of the 2014 regular season and will open the year as San Diego's closer.
Street could throw bullpen session Saturday | 03/07/2014 12:08 PM
NewsHuston Street (groin) could throw a bullpen session Saturday.
Dennis Lin on Twitter
ImpactStreet will do some long-tossing Friday before it's determined whether he's ready for mound work. The Padres insist that the closer's groin ailment is minor, so he should be ready for game action next week if he can avoid setbacks.
Huston Street (groin) plays catch Wednesday | 03/05/2014 7:20 PM
NewsHuston Street (groin) played catch Wednesday.
San Diego Union-Tribune
ImpactThere's still no timetable for Street's spring debut, but the injury doesn't appear serious. The team is just playing it safe with their closer. There's still no concern about his readiness for Opening Day, but the team has Joaquin Benoit as insurance in case Street doesn't progress as expected.
Huston Street nursing slight groin strain | 03/03/2014 6:47 PM
NewsHuston Street will not pitch this week due to a slight groin pull.
Corey Brock on Twitter
ImpactThe Padres don't consider the ailment serious, but they're playing it safe by pushing the reliever back. Considering Street's lengthy injury history, it's a wise move. Barring a setback, this won't be anything that will threaten the closer's availability for Opening Day.
Padres not committing to Street for 2015 | 12/29/2013 9:13 AM
NewsPadres general manager Josh Byrnes said that while Huston Street remains the club's closer for 2014, the role for 2015 is "to be determined."
San Diego Union-Tribune
ImpactThe team has a mutual option on Street for 2015 for a relatively reasonable $7 million. However, they also just signed Joaquin Benoit to a two-year, $14 million contract, a deal that also includes an $8 million option for 2016 that vests if he finishes 55 games in 2015. Obviously, the option has no chance of vesting unless Benoit is the closer throughout the 2015 campaign. "Street is still our closer," Byrnes said. "Huston has done it very well for a long time. Benoit has done it for four years. Huston is a pro. Nothing changes here. We do have a decision for 2015. Nothing is guaranteed for 2015."
Padres aren't actively looking to move Street | 12/18/2013 9:58 PM
NewsThe Padres aren't actively looking to move Huston Street in the wake of signing Joaquin Benoit, Corey Brock of MLB.com reports.
Corey Brock on Twitter
ImpactThe Padres now have two pitchers who saved over 23 games last season, but the addition of Benoit doesn't necessarily spell the end of Street's time in San Diego. The 30-year-old had a 2.70 ERA and 1.02 WHIP in 56 2/3 innings this past season despite allowing 12 home runs. He'll likely enter spring as the team's closer, with Benoit serving in a setup role.
Huston Street will miss next two games | 09/15/2013 5:58 PM
NewsHuston Street will be away from the team for the next two games, as he returns to Texas to attend the funeral of his grandmother.
Corey Brock on Twitter
ImpactThat makes Luke Gregerson the Padres primary ninth inning option for the first couple games of the week. For those speculating on saves, especially in daily formats, Gregerson looks like a very attractive option.
Huston Street slams door on Rockies in ninth | 09/08/2013 8:03 PM
NewsHuston Street slammed the door on the Rockies in the ninth inning on Sunday, retiring all three hitters he faced en route to his 29th save of the season.
ImpactStreet struck out one and needed just 10 pitches to wrap up the day's festivities. The veteran closer has been as solid as ever this season, posting a 2.72 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 37/12 K/BB ratio over 49 2/3 innings while converting 29 of his 30 save chances.
Street earns 27th save, hurls scoreless frame | 09/04/2013 1:52 AM
NewsHuston Street picked up his 27th save by tossing a scoreless ninth in Tuesday's win over the Giants.
ImpactStreet has pitched the equivalent of more than two shutouts since June 23, firing 20 1/3 scoreless innings. The 30-year-old closer boasts a 2.70 ERA and 1.01 WHIP. He's 27-for-28 in save conversions this year.
RP Street hasn't allowed a run since June 23 | 08/15/2013 8:56 PM
NewsHuston Street hasn't allowed a run since June 23.
ImpactStreet limped to a 4.43 ERA in 20 1/3 innings before he was disabled in late May with a strained left calf. He also struggled upon his activation in June, allowing four runs and three homers over seven innings that month. He's been one of the majors' best pitchers since June 26, however, posting a 14/2 K/BB ratio over 12 1/3 innings and holding opposing hitters to a .122 batting average and .285 OPS. He's 23-for-24 in save conversions this year.
Juston Street picks up 21st save | 08/04/2013 7:34 PM
NewsHuston Street picked up his 21st save in Sunday's win over the Yankees.
ImpactStreet allowed two baserunners, but was able to strike out the side and didn't give up any runs. The 30-year-old closer now has a 3.47 ERA and 1.16 WHIP.
Street earns 20th save of the year Tuesday | 07/31/2013 1:51 AM
NewsHuston Street hurled a scoreless ninth inning Tuesday against the Reds to earn his 20th save of the season.
ImpactHe also struck out a batter. Street hasn't allowed a run in his last nine appearances, which has dropped his ERA from 4.78 to 3.57. Street has only walked one batter since May 19. He's 20-for-21 in save conversions this year.
Street tosses perfect ninth to earn 19th save | 07/28/2013 7:04 PM
NewsHuston Street tossed a perfect ninth inning Sunday to earn his 19th save of the season.
ImpactHe struck out one in the smooth outing, Street's third flawless inning in his last four appearances. Street has seen his ERA tumble from 4.78 to 3.67 over eight appearances since June 23. Street, 29, is on the trade block. Fantasy owners hope he remains in San Diego.
Report: Tigers inquire on Street, Gregerson | 07/21/2013 4:28 PM
NewsFOX Sports' Jon Morosi reports the Tigers have expressed interest in Huston Street.
Jon Morosi on Twitter
ImpactThe Tigers are looking to upgrade their bullpen at the trade deadline and have made "initial inquiries" with the Padres on the availability of Street and Luke Gregerson. Street, 29, has a 4.02 ERA and 16 saves this season and is signed through 2014.
Street owns high ERA, low strikeout rate | 07/10/2013 9:23 PM
NewsHuston Street owns a 4.30 ERA and has struck out just 16 batters over 29 1/3 innings.
ImpactStreet entered the season with a 9.2 K/9 rate, but he's struck out just 4.9 per nine innings in 2013. In addition, Street's 1.23 WHIP is the highest of his career. He's 0-4, but has been charged with just one blown save. Because of name recognition and a big contract, we suspect Street's job is safe, but he's been of the baseball's shakiest closers this season.
Street struggles in non-save situation | 06/23/2013 7:35 PM
NewsHuston Street allowed two runs in a non-save situation and was charged with the loss Sunday against the Dodgers.
ImpactWith the game tied, Street gave up home runs on consecutive pitches to Adrian Gonzalez and Hanley Ramirez in the ninth inning. He continues to struggle in non-save situations, and has now given up 10 home runs though his first 26 innings.
Street earns his 15th save of the year Friday | 06/22/2013 1:23 AM
NewsHuston Street earned his 15th save of the year Friday as the Padres beat the Dodgers 5-2.
ImpactOf more importance, the veteran tossed his first 1-2-3 inning in more than a month, and just his fifth on the year. Street has blown only one opportunity and owns a 4.26 ERA and 1.26 WHIP over 26 appearances.
Street earns his 14th save of the year Monday | 06/18/2013 4:10 AM
NewsHuston Street earned his 14th save of the year Monday as the Padres beat the Giants 5-3.
ImpactStreet entered with a 5-3 lead in the 13th inning and stranded Gregor Blanco, who reached on a single. Street isn't striking anyone out -- he has 13 over 24 games -- and has tossed only four perfect innings in 2013. Despite Street's struggles, he's 14-for-15 in save conversions and has a good amount of job security.
Street notches save in 1st outing since DL | 06/16/2013 2:00 AM
NewsHuston Street allowed a run on two hits Saturday, but escaped with his 12th save of the year against the Diamondbacks.
ImpactWith one out, Cliff Pennington reached on infield single. Two batters later, he was doubled in by Gerardo Parra. Street next induced a game-ending fly out from Didi Gregorius. It was Street's first appearance since the Padres activated him from the disabled list (strained left calf). The veteran closer has been highly susceptible to damage this year, going 0-3 with a 4.64 ERA. Because of his name, Street presumably has plenty of job security.
Padres activate Huston Street from 15-day DL | 06/14/2013 7:09 PM
NewsPadres activated RHP Huston Street from the 15-day disabled list.
ImpactThe Padres were pleased with how Street threw the ball during a minor league rehab assignment, and he appears to be completely recovered from his strained left calf. The Padres' closer has converted 11 of his first 12 save chances while posting a 4.43 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and 13/8 K/BB ratio in 20 1/3 innings.
Huston Street set to begin rehab assignment | 06/10/2013 11:18 PM
NewsHuston Street (calf) will begin a rehab assignment on Wednesday with High-A Lake Elsinore.
ImpactStreet was cleared for the assignment after throwing a simulated game Monday with no issues. "Threw the ball well, his calf seems to be fine," Padres manager Bud Black said. Wednesday's appearance could be the only one Street needs before being activated if all goes well, possibly putting him in line for activation on Friday, the first day he's eligible.
Padres closer Street goes on 15-day DL | 06/01/2013 7:48 PM
NewsPadres placed RHP Huston Street on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left calf.
ImpactManager Bud Black said the plan is for Luke Gregerson to get most of the work in the ninth. Dale Thayer will serve as the fallback. Street was 11-for-12 saving games this season, but he had allowed seven homers in 20 1/3 innings and taken three losses. The two weeks off might be a good thing for him.
Huston Street (calf) likely headed to DL | 06/01/2013 6:34 PM
NewsHuston Street appears set to land on the DL because of his sore left calf.
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ImpactCorey Brock of MLB.com notes that Street and Nick Vincent are absent from the Padres' lineup card tonight, while Robbie Erlin and Tommy Layne are present. That suggests Street is being placed on the DL. Luke Gregerson and Dale Thayer could get save chances in his place.
Street unavailable due to left calf injury | 06/01/2013 8:34 AM
NewsHuston Street was unavailable Friday due to left calf soreness.
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ImpactIt's not clear how long he'll be sidelined, but Street had a calf injury last season that landed him on the disabled list. Luke Gregerson and Dale Thayer would be in line for save chances if Street needs an extended absence.
Huston Street gives up seventh homer | 05/30/2013 1:34 AM
NewsAfter entering a tie game against the Mariners, Huston Street gave up his seventh homer of the year to Jason Bay on Wednesday.
ImpactStreet was in line for the loss after giving up the run in the top of the ninth, but the Padres bailed him out and went on to win in 10. Street has allowed just 17 hits in 20 1/3 innings, but 40 percent of them have been homers. He's still 11-for-12 in save chances, so the Padres have no reason to remove him from the closer's role.
Street notches 11th save Monday against Cards | 05/21/2013 1:27 AM
NewsHuston Street notched his 11th save Monday by tossing a perfect ninth as the Padres beat the Cardinals 4-2.
ImpactThis was Street's first perfect complete inning since May 8 against the Marlins. Street has been uncharacteristically wild this season and that has led to an 0-3 record, 4.19 ERA and 1.24 WHIP (19 points above his career mark). If Street can improve upon his 13/8 K/BB rate (over 20 appearances), he'll have another good season as San Diego's stopper. If he doesn't iron out his control issues, it could be a long year. Street's stuff simply isn't good enough (he's allowed six homers in 2013) to compensate for extra base runners.
Street earns his 10th save of the year | 05/19/2013 1:43 AM
NewsHuston Street earned his 10th save of the year Saturday as the Padres beat the Nationals 2-1.
ImpactHe struck out a batter but walked two in the scoreless frame. Street was one-day removed from being the losing pitcher after giving up a game-winning home run to Chad Tracy. Street is 0-3, going 10-for-11 in save conversions and posting a 4.42 ERA and 1.31 WHIP.
Street earns ninth save, Padres beat Orioles | 05/14/2013 10:15 PM
NewsHuston Street earned his ninth save of the year Tuesday as the Padres beat the Orioles 3-2.
ImpactThe Padres were trailing 2-1 heading into the top of the ninth inning but managed a rare two-run rally against Orioles closer Jim Johnson. Street then shut the O's down in the bottom of the ninth. He owns a weak 4.60 ERA and 1.34 WHIP through 15 2/3 innings this season but still carries very good job security.
Street serves up game-winner to Longoria | 05/11/2013 9:44 PM
NewsHuston Street blew his first save of the 2013 season on Saturday night, surrendering a two-out, two-run homer to Rays third baseman Evan Longoria.
ImpactIt's a devastating loss for the Padres, who clawed back from a 6-2 deficit to take a 7-6 lead into the ninth. Street retired the first two hitters he faced before walking Ben Zobrist to set up Longoria's dramatics. With the loss, Street falls to 0-2 on the season with a 4.91 ERA and 1.36 WHIP. But he's still the closer in San Diego.
Huston Street gives up homer, records save | 05/04/2013 1:20 AM
NewsHuston Street recorded his seventh save despite giving up a three-run homer in the ninth inning Friday against the Diamondbacks.
ImpactThe Padres wanted to get through the ninth with Brad Brach in a 7-3 game tonight, but he was pulled after giving up a hit and a walk to the first two hitters he faced. Street came in and got two outs, but then gave up a homer to Gerardo Parra, making it a 7-6 game. He retired Martin Prado afterwards to record the save. The homer was the fourth he's allowed in 12 innings this season. Last year, he allowed a total of two in 39 innings.
Huston Street records fourth save | 04/27/2013 12:38 AM
NewsDespite giving up a couple of singles, Huston Street picked up a save in a one-run game against the Giants on Friday.
ImpactStreet isn't missing many bats right now, but he got the strikeout and groundout he needed to escape tonight's jam. Although he has been shaky, he's still managed to go 4-for-4 in save opportunities.
Huston Street picks up third save | 04/25/2013 1:20 AM
NewsThanks to a batter's interference call that ended the game, Huston Street notched his third save Wednesday against the Brewers.
ImpactStreet had already allowed a run before Martin Maldonado was called out for having the ball hit him outside of the box. While Street has yet to take a blown save, he's turned in just three scoreless appearances in seven outings.
Huston Street gets second save | 04/16/2013 1:50 AM
NewsHuston Street recorded his second save of the season Monday, tossing a scoreless inning in a win over the Dodgers.
ImpactStreet gave up a leadoff single to Jerry Hairston Jr. to start the ninth but then quickly disposed of the next three batters. It was the right-hander's first save chance since April 4, as the Padres picked up just their third win of the season. Street should be a fine fantasy closer this season.
Huston Street gives up two homers, takes loss | 04/13/2013 1:36 AM
NewsHuston Street took a loss after giving up two homers in the ninth Friday against the Rockies.
ImpactStreet entered a tie game and gave up back-to-back solo homers to Dexter Fowler and Josh Rutledge. He's allowed three homers in three innings this season after giving up a total of two in 39 innings last year. It's probably a fluke, but with the Padres bringing in the fences, he shouldn't have been expected to have such a good home run rate again anyway.
Huston Street has just one save chance | 04/12/2013 1:49 PM
NewsHuston Street has converted his only save chance this season, giving up one run over two appearances.
ImpactStreet gave up a solo homer but nailed down a save on April 4, and his next appearance didn't come until a week later. It's not surprising given that the Padres are off to a 2-7 start, but save opportunities have a way of coming in bunches. Street will make for a fine fantasy closer this season as long as he stays healthy.
|Date||Team||Opp||GS||DEC||YTD W||YTD L||YTD SV||YTD ERA||CG||SHO||IP||H||R||ER||HR||BB||K||Status|
Career Regular Season Statistics
2014 Game Highs
|Most Innings Pitched (Relief)||1.0||55 times-last: vs. Hou||last: Sep 13||1.1|
|Most Strikeouts (Relief)||3||2 times-last: at NYN||last: Jun 14||3|
Career Highs (SEASON)
|Losses||5||2 times-last: 2013 (SD)|
|Innings Pitched||78.1||2005 (Oak)|
|Hits Allowed||64||2006 (Oak)|
|Runs Allowed||29||2008 (Oak)|
|Earned Runs Allowed||29||2008 (Oak)|
|Home Runs Allowed||12||2013 (SD)|
|Earned Run Average||1.72*||2005 (Oak)|