"I'll still be heavily involved, but he’ll be talking to the team on a day-to-day basis," said Street, who negotiated with Angels General Manager
Street, 31, is slated to make $7 million this season. He is looking for a four-year deal that would begin this season and pay between what closer David Robertson got from the
Dipoto said Monday that it is "still possible" for the sides to come to an agreement and that there "has never been a deadline" with Street.
Street remained optimistic, as well.
"I've made no secret about my desire to sign here, my desire to win, and my belief that the Angels want to win," Street said. "As long as there's progress, I'll stay actively engaged in that dialogue. … I want to get it done sooner rather than later, but I also respect the fact that there are a lot of pieces to the puzzle, and I'm just one of them."