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HUSTON STREET RUMORS

Questioning Huston Street’s 2014 season

After years of searching, the Angels finally got their hands on a bona fide CloserTM. It only took a few years, half a dozen failed closers and a trade that gave away half of an already thin farm system, but Huston Street arrived mid-season to finally provide some end of game stability for the Halos. Did the Angels really even need Street? The thing about their long search for a...
Via Monkey with a Halo
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Halo Headlines: Angels pick up Street’s option, decline Burnett’s, return Moran to Mariners

The October 30th, 2014 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Angels pick up Street’s option, decline Burnett’s, return Moran to Mariners and much more… The Story: The Angels exercised the 2015 option for Huston Street, but declined Sean Burnett’s. The Monkey Says: Street will earn $7 million, which is a very reasonable price, especially when someone...
Via Monkey with a Halo
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels pick up closer Street's option for 2015

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) The Los Angeles Angels have exercised their $7 million contract option on closer Huston Street. The Angels announced perhaps their easiest offseason decision Thursday. Street was an immediate hit after the Angels acquired the veteran right-hander from San Diego on July 19. He picked up 17 saves with a 1.71 ERA for the Angels, shoring up an inconsistent bullpen...
Via AP on Fox
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels: End of season awards

The Los Angeles Angels had a very successful regular season, winning 98 games and finishing with the best record in baseball. Their playoff run however, was quite short-lived as the team was swept by the Kansas City Royals. Now that the season is over, it is time to hand out the end of season awards. Reliever of the Year The reliever of the year goes to Joe Smith. The popular choice...
Via isportsweb.com
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Padres Trade Huston Street to Angels

The San Diego Padres have traded closer Huston Street to the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for minor leaguers Taylor Lindsey, R.J. Alvarez, Jose Rondon and Elliot Morris.  The Angels sent closer Ernesto Frieri to the Pittsburgh Pirates earlier this year in exchange for Jason Grilli.  Joe Smith had been closing games for LA and had picked up 15 saves this season.#451606258...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
July 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Why costly trade for Huston Street could be worth it for Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Huston Street was the solitary target, the pitcher the Angels believed they needed most to give them a boost in the second half of the season. Friday night, while they were going 16 innings to beat the Seattle Mariners 3-2, they finally got him. It was a costly trade, with the Angels sending four of their top prospects to the San Diego Padres for Street, but if...
Via Fox Sports West
July 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Angels Acquire Huston Street From The Padres

The Padres have made their first deadline trade as Huston Street is heading to the Angels. It is reportedly a 2 for 4 deal; the Padres are receiving 4 minor leaguers while the Angels get Street and a minor leaguer. The known players acquired by the Padres so far are: Taylor Lindsey, Jose Rondon, and R.J. Alvarez.   Taylor Lindsey was considered the Halos best prospect by Baseball...
Via Friarhood
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Angels acquire Huston Street in six-player deal

Multiple reports are now indicating that the Los Angeles Angels are close to acquiring All-Star Closer Huston Street from the San Diego Padres.  Sources: #Angels close to acquiring Street, as first reported by @JimBowdenESPNxm. Class AAA 2B Taylor Lindsey expected to head to #Padres. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) July 19, 2014 Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto has been going...
Via Sportsnaut
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Huston Street added to NL All-Star team

Padres relief pitcher Huston Street has been added to the roster of the National League for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game. Street will replace teammate Tyson Ross on the NL roster. The 30-year-old is 24-for-25 in save opportunities and owns a 1.09 ERA on the season. This marks his second All-Star selection. His first came in 2012 also while he was pitching for the Padres. Ross, 27...
Via Tireball.com
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Padres Rumors: Closer Huston Street Could be Dealt

The San Diego Padres could be one of the biggest sellers at the trade deadline. Coming into today, the Padres had the fourth-worst winning percentage in the National League, ahead of only the Phillies, Diamondbacks, and Cubs. Many players on their roster are built for teams ready to make a run into the playoffs, not one retooling for the future. One of which is closer Huston Street...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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