"I don't think Matt felt as good as he anticipated he was going to feel in yesterday's outing," Scioscia said. "Hopefully, it's just a little bump in the road."
Shoemaker first felt pain near the top of his forearm nearly four weeks ago. He exited early from the second start in which it bothered him and was quickly placed on the disabled list. As of last week, he said, the soreness had vanished.
"He had some of the same symptoms crop back up," Scioscia said Wednesday.
The Angels could not afford to wait for the soreness to abate, so they placed him on the 10-day disabled list. Street can be activated at the start of the second half, July 14.
"When somebody's down for four or five days, that strains the bullpen, especially with our rotation not getting that length we'd like to get," Scioscia said. "Huston, he's gonna be shut down now. We don't know how much work it's going to take. Hopefully, it's ready in the allotted time."
Angels general manager Billy Eppler said Street's injury was diagnosed as a Grade 1 strain, the least severe of the three grades.
But even Grade 1 strains can require more than a month to heal. Arizona center fielder A.J. Pollock, who has a history of groin injuries, missed seven weeks this season because of a strain the
The Angels recalled right-handed reliever Eduardo Paredes from triple-A Salt Lake to take Street's roster spot.
Trout plays in minors
On Wednesday, Mike Trout batted in a game for the first time since May 27, when he tore a ligament in his thumb that required surgery. As Class-A Inland Empire's designated hitter, he grounded out, struck out and flied out in his three at-bats.
He's due to play several more minor league games before re-joining the Angels for the start of the season's second half.
"The real test," Scioscia said, "will come with how he progresses into playing the outfield."