The oft-injured Huston Street began 2017 on the shelf for the Angels after injuring his lat in the spring. After undergoing a platelet-rich plasma injection, it was apparent he was going to be out awhile, so he was put on the 60-day disabled list. Street made his debut in late June, appearing in four games, tossing a scoreless frame in each before being shelved again, this time with a groin strain. While rehabbing, Street strained his rotator cuff, terminating his season with just those four appearances. The Halos declined to pick up Street's 2018 option, sending the 34-year-old former closer to free agency. The days of Street seeing ninth-inning chances are over, as is his fantasy relevance. In the best-case scenario, Street might latch on with a team hoping to catch lightning in a bottle with an eye on flipping him to a contender midseason.
Street (groin) will become a free agent after the Angels declined to pick up his club option Thursday. As expected, the Angels will let Street hit the open market as opposed to picking up his $10 million option for the 2018 season. The veteran reliever tossed just four innings in 2017 as he battled a multitude of injuries. He'll look to link up with another club and put together a bounce-back performance in 2018.
Street (groin) was transferred to the 60-day DL on Tuesday. This does not change Street's return timetable, as he is not eligible to return until Sept. 1 and is still working through a throwing program. Eric Young's contract was selected, so the Angels needed to clear a spot on the 40-man roster. Street is unlikely to provide much fantasy value down the stretch, even if he returns in early September. Cam Bedrosian and Blake Parker figure to handle the ninth-inning duties over the rest of the season.
Street (groin), who was shut down with a mild rotator cuff strain at the beginning of August, resumed throwing Thursday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Street has been plagued by a slew of injuries this season, allowing him to pitch just four innings for the big club. He'll head to Arizona to continue his throwing program, and barring any setbacks, the hope is that he'll be able to return to the Angels for the last couple weeks of the season.
Street (groin) was diagnosed with a mild rotator cuff strain Tuesday, Maria Guardado of MLB.com reports. Street has been on the disabled list with a groin injury since early July, but recently began complaining of shoulder discomfort as well. The veteran reliever underwent an MRI on Tuesday that officially revealed that the 33-year-old is dealing with a mild rotator cuff strain in addition to his groin injury. It's unclear how long he'll remain out with the new injury, but it appears that Street is a ways away from rejoining the Angels' bullpen.
Street (groin) has yet to resume throwing despite being eligible to return from the disabled list, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Street expressed confidence in his ability to return from a minor groin injury following the All-Star break, but that goal appeared to be too lofty for the oft-injured reliever. Manager Mike Scioscia stated that the 33-year-old's injury has improved, which rules out any sort of setback, but a clear timetable for a return has not been set.