Found December 09, 2011 on mlb.com:
The Rockies received Minor League left-handed pitcher Nick Schmidt from the Padres on Friday to complete the deal that sent former closer Huston Street to the Padres.
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The Colorado Rockies have sent closer Huston Street and cash to the San Diego Padres. The Rockies get a player to be named and cash in the trade announced Wednesday at baseball's winter meetings. The 28-year-old Street had 29 saves in 33 chances for Colorado in 2011. He was 1-4 with a 3.86 ERA in 62 games. The right-hander has 178 saves in seven seasons with Colorado and the...

Rockies trade closer Huston Street to Padres

The Colorado Rockies have sent closer Huston Street and cash to the San Diego Padres. The Rockies get a player to be named and cash in the trade announced Wednesday at baseball's winter meetings. The 28-year-old Street had 29 saves in 33 chances for Colorado in 2011. He was 1-4 with a 3.86 ERA in 62 games. The right-hander has 178 saves in seven seasons with Colorado and the...

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The Colorado Rockies have sent closer Huston Street and cash to the San Diego Padres. The Rockies get a player to be named and cash in the trade announced Wednesday at baseball's winter meetings. The 28-year-old Street had 29 saves in 33 chances for Colorado in 2011. He was 1-4 with a 3.86 ERA in 62 games.

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The Colorado Rockies have been active in the trade market in addition to monitoring free agents so far this winter. The club made another trade Wednesday at the Winter Meetings, shipping right-handed reliever Huston Street and most of his salary to the San Diego Padres for a player to be named later.  

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Former first-round draft pick completes trade for Huston Street

Street trade opens up Rockies' possibilities

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Daily Friar 12.8.11

  The Winter Meetings are over with some major moves being announced this morning, as well as the rule 5 draft. The Angels grabbed the top prize in Albert Pujols, as well as C.J. Wilson. Very interesting indeed to see Pujols on the move. I for one thought he would remain a Cardinal. The Padres remained fairly quiet, but apparently there are moves that are still in place that...
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