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Huston Street can't shut down Rangers and Angels lose, 3-2
Huston Street can't shut down Rangers and Angels lose, 3-2

As good as Huston Street is, and he has been nearly invincible for four years, he is not perfect, as the Angels were so painfully reminded of in the ninth inning of Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Texas Rangers in Globe Life Park. Street, acquired in a July 18 trade from San Diego, gave up no runs and five hits in 12 innings of his first 12 games with the Angels, converting all nine save opportunities and boosting the team's confidence in the bullpen. That gave the veteran right-hander 33 saves in 34 opportunities this season and 118 saves in 126 opportunities since 2011, a 94% success rate that was the best among all relievers with a minimum of 50 save opportunities in that span. ...

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