It's Trevor's Time: Iconic Closer Trevor Hoffman Joins Padres Hall of Fame - NBC 7 San Diego

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It's Trevor's Time: Iconic Closer Trevor Hoffman Joins Padres Hall of Fame

Trevor Hoffman spent 16 seasons with the San Diego Padres as an iconic closing pitcher



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    SAN DIEGO - MAY 13: Pitcher Trevor Hoffman #51 of the San Diego Padres throws from the mound against the St. Louis Cardinals during the 9th inning of their MLB game on May 13, 2007 at Petco Park in San Diego, California.

    Retired San Diego Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman closed a major milestone on Saturday: the ball player was inducted into the Padres Hall of Fame.

    The iconic closer, No. 51, was inducted into the Padres Hall of Fame prior to the evening Padres game against the L.A. Dodgers at Petco Park.

    One could say it was definitely Trevor's Time.

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    Fans will forever remember the excitement of Hoffman being summoned to the pitcher's mound to close a Padres game. His signature song, which always got fans on their feet, was AC/DC’s “Hells Bells” and his appearance on the diamond was referred to as "Trevor Time."

    Hoffman, the Padres all-time saves leader, retired in January 2011, following a career that spanned 18 seasons, including 16 years with San Diego.

    Over his 16 seasons with the Padres, Hoffman built a 54-64 record with 552 saves in 618 opportunities. His save percentage was .893. Hoffman also had a 2.76 ERA, .211 opponent batting average and 1,029 strikeouts in 902 relief appearances.

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    According to the team, Hoffman was elected unanimously into the Padres Hall of Fame by the San Diego Padres Hall of Fame committee.

    He’s the ninth person inducted into the elite group, joining baseball icons Buzzie Bavasi, Nate Colbert, Jerry Coleman, Randy Jones, Ray Kroc, Dick Williams, Dave Winfield and, of course, the late and beloved “Mr. Padre,” Tony Gwynn.

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