Trevor Hoffman is probably the second-most beloved Padre of all time. He recorded 552 saves as the closer of the Padres and was the only player on all four NL West Champion teams in 1996, 1998, 2005, and 2006. He currently plays for the Brewers.
In a Gaslamp Ball poll asking to rank him on a scale from Zero to Tony Gwynn, 46% of all voters gave Trevor a 9, which was the most consensus achieved on any poll. 86% of all voters ranked him an 8 or higher, which is the most of any poll.
- National League Record Holder For Career Saves (601)
- First Major League To Recover 600 Saves
- Franchise Record Holder For Career Saves (552)
- Franchise Record Holder For ERA [Minimum 500 IP] (2.76)
- Franchise Record Holder For WHIP [Minimum 500 IP] (1.043)
- Franchise Record Holder For Games Played By A Pitcher (902)
- Franchise Record Holder For Most Saves In A Season (53; 1998)
- Led The Major Leagues In Saves In 1998 (53)
- Led The NL In Saves in 2006 (46)
- Padres All Star in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006 and 2007
- ↑ Trevor Hoffman: On a scale from Zero to Tony Gwynn