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It’s Trevor Time

Rancho Santa Fe resident and retired Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman was recently inducted into the Padres Hall of Fame by the San Diego Padres Hall of Fame Committee. Trevor’s career as a San Diego Padre was a prosperous and memorable one. Trevor was a phenomenal pitcher, a true team player, and a crowd pleaser. Over the course of his sixteen seasons with San Diego he compiled a 54-64 record with 552 saves in 618 opportunities. And boy could he get a crowd going. Padres fans will fondly look back on Trevor’s entrances to the field for years to come. The AC/DC music blaring, Trevor’s walk to the mound, the cheering, and those iconic bells will forever be etched in our memories as “Trevor Time”. And although fans will no longer be able to watch Trevor pitch, his legacy will continue to grow within the San Diego community.

“Trevor means so much to this organization. His profound impact for more than two decades – on the field, in the community and now in the front office – has been monumental,” said Padres President and CEO Mike Dee. Trevor has worked with organizations such as the National Kidney Foundation and Rady Children’s Hospital, while also donating to the Padres Scholars program, the San Diego Family Justice Center, and numerous military outreach programs. He was named the local recipient of the Roberto Clemente Award on six occasions. He was also the recipient of the Lou Gehrig Award and Teammates for Kids Award, as well as the Hutch Award, and was awarded the Padres Chairman’s Award.