Hottie Vision – Huston Street

Things I love about Huston Street:  (1) he’s hot,  (2) he’s a Longhorn, (3) he was more excited to play college ball than to play pro ball, (4) he lives in Austin, (5) he admits that until last year, he was still living with his parents, (6) he’s a consummate good sport and always gives credit to his teammates, (7) he gets a little geeked about meeting his sports heroes, (8) he has Roger Clemens’ number on his cell phone, (9) he can rock a plain grey hoodie like no one else, and (10) he’s really, really hot.

So there’s 10 reasons to watch this interview with Huston from a local Austin talk show, from about this time last year.   Also, did I mention he’s HOT?

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Pitched four years for the Philadelphia Athletics, and then played shortstop for seven years for the Montreal Expos. Taught Rickey Henderson to steal a base. Taught Nolan Ryan to throw a punch. Taught Mickey Mantle to drink a beer. Threw one seven-hitter and seven no-hitters. Wonderboy was my creation, and first Jobu shrine was in my locker. Often called "the next Dustin Pedroia". Always wear high socks and eyeblack. Prefer to slide headfirst.

10 thoughts on “Hottie Vision – Huston Street

  1. @Texas Gal: Nice work. You don’t even have to watch with the sound on, but whatever. I like that your #1 and your #10 are actually different reasons. He IS hot, and he IS really, really hot. Thank you.

  2. I just caught about 30 seconds of Huston on the local Bay Area TV station’s sports segment and I was like, wowzee! He is hott, hotter than a hot tamale! Meow!

  3. And wait? He lives in Houston…but he plays for the Oakland A’s. Um, I think he lives in the Bay Area now. Our gain for sure!

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