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Rough outing doesn't discourage Angels' closer Huston Street

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Huston Street found a potential silver lining in Tuesday's rocky inning against Oakland, when the Angels closer gave up four runs and three hits, including Luke Carlin's home run and Mark Canha's three-run home run. "It means the law of averages will even out, and I shouldn't be giving up that much more to come," Street said, when asked the significance of a shaky outing this close to opening day. "Those two swings of the bat, I should have made better pitches on. "You want to hit the season in stride, and today was not a good day. But overall, I feel like I've had a good spring. The ball is coming out of my hand the way I want it to. I just left a couple pitches up ...

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