Huston Street said he has a Grade 1 groin strain. Won't be back in regular season. Longer Angels can go into Oct, better his chances.
Another huge blow to #Angels bullpen. Closer Huston Street departs with apparent groin injury. Looked bad. Halos already missing Joe Smith.
ESPN Los Angeles "The Los Angeles Angels could be without their closer in their push to make the playoffs in their final eight games of the regular season. Right-hander Huston Street, the American League leader in saves with 40, had to be helped off the field in the ninth inning of the Angels' 3-2 win over the..." September 27
Los Angeles Times "Baseball announcers will often say that a reliever is "throwing up in the bullpen." Had they said that about Angels closer Huston Street during Sunday’s game against the Houston Astros in Anaheim, it would have been true. Literally. Street began suffering flu-like symptoms on Saturday and was..." September 16
Angels Huston Street said he feels "ready to go." Will throw a bullpen tomorrow and be available to pitch on Saturday.
Angels Mike Scioscia said Huston Street's groin "feels a lot better today than yesterday." Angels still trying to keep him out this weekend.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Huston Street (groin) will not pitch this weekend in Seattle. Joe Smith will close.
Sporting News "Angels closer Huston Street tweaked his left groin on his second-to-last pitch of Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Rockies and then aggravated it on the final pitch to the point that he didn’t want to put any weight on it as the game ended, the Los Angeles Times reported. The veteran..." July 09
MLB Trade Rumors "The deal guarantees Street $18MM, including a $1MM buyout on the option year, per Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times (via Twitter). The Angels have agreed to a two-year extension with closer Huston Street, the club announced. The deal includes a club option for the 2018 season. Financial..." May 13
#Angels GM Jerry Dipoto said no deadline for Huston Street deal. Sides continuing to talk. Deal "still possible."
MLB.com "Opening Day is only a week away, and veteran closer Huston Street is still hopeful of getting an extension done with the Angels. The feeling is apparently mutual, but the Angels could be in a holding pattern while awaiting word from Major League Baseball on a potential suspension for Josh..." March 31
MLB.com "One of few players without an agent, closer negotiating extension with Angels by himself There's an old saying that Huston Street frequently references, especially lately: He who represents himself has a fool for a client. The Angels' closer laughs at the thought, the irony..." March 05
Orange County Register "Huston Street, who is acting as his own agent in contract talks with the Angels, said negotiations have been steady, and he feels confident about a deal being struck. "Both sides want to get something done," Street said on Thursday, the day Angels pitchers and catchers reported for spring..." February 19
SB Nation "The Los Angeles Angels have acquired Huston Street from the San Diego Padres, both teams announced on Friday night. The Padres will receive prospects Taylor Lindsey, Jose Rondon, R.J. Alvarez and an Elliot Morris in exchange for Street and minor league pitcher Trevor Gott. The deal is likely to be..." July 19
According to sources the Padres and Angels are close to finalizing a deal that will send Huston Street to the Halos #ESPN
CBS Sports "The Padres are receiving the most trade inquiries on back-end bullpen stalwarts Huston Street and Joaquin Benoit, which should come as no surprise considering the seasons they are having and the needs of contenders. Street and Benoit are not only the Padres' two best trade chips, they may be..." June 25
In case you're wondering, the #Padres aren't actively looking to move closer Huston Street following the acquisition of Joaquin Benoit.