2. Brian Fuentes
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Huston Street was a one-time L.A. All-Star, Brian Fuentes was not only an Angels All-Star but also a three-time Colorado Rockies All-Star. Fuentes was the closer for the 2007 NL pennant-winning Rockies. Fuentes is remarkable as the second-most tenured bullpen player in Colorado Rockies history, appearing in 428 games.
Out of his seven seasons on the team, Fuentes only posted a sub-100 ERA+ once. He was lights-out at Coors, and that skill followed him to the Los Angeles Angels. Fuentes signed with the Angels for the 2009 season and acted as their closer for their ALCS run. He was an All-Star that year and finished with the most saves in the AL. Fuentes was traded to the playoff-bound Twins in the middle of the 2010 season.
He was elite in his season and a half with the Angels and is a Rockies legend. If number 2’s resume is that good, then you know that number one is going to be one of the greats.