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Huston Street 2013 Outlook

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Fun facts:

He's given up 6 HRs in 17 IP this year. He gave up only 2 HR in all of 2012 through 39 IP.

His avg FB velocity on pitch f/x so far this year is 87.8 mph. In 2012 it was 88.9 mph. May not mean much.

His K/9 in 2012 was 10.85. So far in 2013 it's 6.06

Burning Questions:

Is he injured?

How many more blown saves is it going to take to give this guy a career change or trade him?

Signed,

Luke Gregerson owner

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Street signed to a big contract for San Diego. In fact he is their highest paid player. There is no way he loses his job unless he implodes (which may happen). But even then, he most likely wont lose the job... They would save face and put him on the dl.

Street to close all year 20%

Street to go on dl or traded 79%

Street to get demoted to pitch middle relief 1%

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If Street is not already doing it, then I need someone to define implosion for me please.

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Street isn't really imploding. He's just giving up a hit an outing and letting a run score.

Since April 26th: 3.48 ERA / 0.92 WHIP his last 10 innings.

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Street isn't really imploding. He's just giving up a hit an outing and letting a run score.

Since April 26th: 3.48 ERA / 0.92 WHIP his last 10 innings.

OK, not horrible.

I admit to confusing him with League.

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Anyone hear if Street actually made a rehab appearance last nite?

Did he manage to hurt himself again? What are the chances he is activated Friday?

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Anyone hear if Street actually made a rehab appearance last nite?

Did he manage to hurt himself again? What are the chances he is activated Friday?

seemed like the type of injury that only Huston Street would get DLed for. he pitched a 1-2-3 inning last night. so he seems good to go for the time being.

fortunately, Gregerson did a pretty poor job when he was out so maybe that makes them more inclined to hold on to him.

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