3. Huston Street
Huston Street was a great closer in the late 2000s and the 2010s. Street came with Carlos Gonzalez to the Colorado Rockies in the Matt Holliday trade from the Oakland Athletics. Street was arguably the best pitcher on the Rockies in 2009, helping lead the way to the postseason. It really is a shame how he single-handedly lost the NLDS against the Phillies. Street appeared in three games and accrued two losses and a save. Across the series, Street was the worst overall player when ranked by WPA.
Street remained undeterred though, performing well for the Rockies during his other two seasons with the team. The Rockies traded street to the Padres, where he really came into his own. In 2014, Street was traded to the playoff-hopeful Los Angeles Angels during an All-Star season. Street remained strong and ended the year with an insane 258 ERA+.
Street spent four strong seasons with the Angels, ending his career with the team in 2017.
Huston Street only posted an ERA+ below 100 once in his career, he was elite in his time. The crazy part is, he isn’t even the only closer on this list.