Padres closer Huston Street notched his 11th save Monday against the Cardinals,
Street made it look easy with a 1-2-3 ninth.
He needed 12 pitches as he threw nine for strikes lowering his ERA to 4.19. Street, who has saves in two straight games since suffering his last loss, has been a bit shaky at times this season. Still, he's 11 for 12 in save chances.
Padres closer Huston Street, who was pegged with a loss his last time out, picked up the save Saturday night against the Nationals.Street worked his way around two walks as he pitched a scoreless ninth inning to secure a 2-1 victory. He struck out one and improved his ERA to 4.42 after notching his 10th save of the season.
Padres closer Huston Street suffered his third loss of the season Friday night against the Nationals.Street, who entered a tie game in the 10th, served up a solo home run to Chad Tracy. He was charged with one run and one hit in one inning of work in a 6-5 defeat. The right-hander has allowed three runs over his last 3 1/3 innings of work.
Padres closer Huston Street had to finish off Wednesday's 8-4 win against Baltimore despite no save chance on the line. After Anthony Bass gave up a run in the ninth inning on Nick Markakis' double, manager Bud Black called for his closer.
Street stranded Markakis by getting Adam Jones to ground out and Chris Davis to fly out to the warning track in left field. Street has had scoreless appearances...
“Street was one of the best closers in the game during the 2012 season when healthy. 2013 should be another eventful season as the Padres seem to be neck&neck every game. But staying healthy is always far from a long shot.”