Huston Street RP LAA 2 weeks ago

Street agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension wit the Angels on Wednesday.

Street has thrived in the closer role for each of the past six seasons between three different clubs, and has now been locked up for two more years with a club option for a third. His 3.29 ERA and 1.17 WHIP with 15 strikeouts represents his worst showing since 2011 to this point, but he's already converted 11 saves this season and has plenty of the campaign left to improve on his stats.

Huston Street RP LAA 2 weeks ago

Street threw a perfect inning with two strikeouts to pick up his 11th save of the season Tuesday against the Rockies.

Street appears to have righted the ship after suffering back-to-back blown saves, recording two over the last two games. The 31-year-old was bound to see his ERA rise a bit after securing unsustainable strand rates over the last two seasons, but he should still see plenty of save opportunities behind mike Trout and the Angels' offense.

Huston Street RP LAA 2 weeks ago

Street struck out one during a perfect ninth inning against the Astros to earn his 10th save of the season on Sunday.

The 31-year-old had hit a bit of a rough patch lately, blowing two saves and allowing five runs in his last four innings entering Sunday, but had a solid bounce-back performance to close out the game. Street should continue in his role as the clear cut ninth inning option for the Halos.

Huston Street RP LAA 2 weeks ago

Street blew the save Thursday, giving up three runs on four hits and a walk in 0.2 innings against the Astros.

Street blew a lead in the ninth for the second straight night after starting the season converting all nine of his save opportunities. After giving up one run in his first eight innings, Street has given up four in his last 3.2 innings. Street's ERA has jumped up to 3.86, but he's pitched in three consecutive days, so it may be the case that he needs a bit of rest.

Huston Street RP LAA 3 weeks ago

Street picked up his second win in as many nights Wednesday, but blew the save opportunity in the process. He allowed two hits and a walk and notched one strikeout.

Street allowed hits to the first two batters he faced, including a leadoff double to Kyle Seager. He managed to get out of the jam by striking out Brad Miller, but needed 25 pitches to finish the inning. Still, this was Street's first blown save of the season, so Wednesday's outing isn't a major reason for concern.

Huston Street RP LAA 3 weeks ago

Street picked up his first win of the season Tuesday, striking out a batter in an inning of work.

Street held serve in a tie ballgame in the top of the ninth before Carlos Perez sent the crowd home with a walk-off homer. Street has been excellent to begin the season, tallying a 0.90 ERA and recording his first nine save opportunities.

Huston Street RP LAA 3 weeks ago

Street collected his ninth save Thursday against the Athletics despite allowing a run on three hits and a walk in the ninth inning.

An ugly outing for Street, who nearly let the A's complete a comeback from a 6-0 deficit, but considering this is the first run he's allowed all year and he nailed down the save anyway, his fantasy owners have to still be thrilled by what they've gotten from the 31-year-old closer.

Huston Street RP LAA 4 weeks ago

Street struck out two in a perfect ninth to pick up his eighth save of the season Wednesday against the A's.

Street is a perfect eight-for-eight in save opportunities, and on top of that, he has yet to allow a run this season. He holds a 0.00 ERA, a 0.50 WHIP and a 10:2 K:BB ratio. Needless to say, Street will continue to be one of the top closers in baseball.

Huston Street RP LAA 1 month ago

Street notched his eighth save of the season Saturday against the Rangers, allowing one hit over an inning of work.

A day after throwing 26 pitches in an outing, Street was on the rubber again to make it a perfect 8-for-8 to begin the year. He has yet to allow a run over eight innings.

Huston Street RP LAA 1 month ago

Street struck out a batter and walked two en route to picking up his sixth save of the season Friday against the Rangers.

The effort was likely the most taxing of the young season for Street, as he threw 26 pitches before stranding the winning run at second base. They may not all be perfect, but street is now 6-for-6 in save opportunities in 2015, and should continue to be a top closer going forward.