List of San Diego Padres team records

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Trevor Hoffman pitching for the Padres
Trevor Hoffman, pictured pitching for the Padres in 2008, holds four franchise records.

The San Diego Padres are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in San Diego, California. The Padres were granted a Major League team in 1968, taking their name from the minor-league San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League.[1] Through 2010, they have played 6,694 games, winning 3,098, losing 3,580, and tying two for a winning percentage of .463.[2] This list documents the superlative records and accomplishments of team members during their tenure as members of Major League Baseball's National League.

Tony Gwynn holds the most franchise records as of the end of the 2010 season, with fifteen, including best single-season batting average, most career hits, and most career triples. He is followed by Randy Jones, who holds thirteen records, including most career shutouts and the single-season loss record.

Trevor Hoffman is ranked fifth in Major League Baseball for most saves in a single season, while ranking second in all-time saves, recording 601 over his 18-year career.[3][4] Offensively, Gwynn has the 17th highest hit total in Major League history, recording 3,141 hits over a 19-year Major League career.[5]

Table key[edit]

Table key
RBI Run(s) batted in
ERA Earned run average
OPS On-base percentage plus slugging percentage
* Tie between two or more players/teams

Individual career records[edit]

Batting statistics;[6] pitching statistics[7]
Individual career batting records
Statistic Player Record Padres career Ref
Batting average Tony Gwynn .338 19822001 [8]
On-base percentage Gene Tenace .403 19771980 [9]
Slugging percentage Ken Caminiti .540 19951998 [10]
OPS Ken Caminiti .924 19951998 [10]
Runs Tony Gwynn 1,383 19822001 [8]
Hits Tony Gwynn 3,141 19822001 [8]
Total bases Tony Gwynn 4,259 19822001 [8]
Singles Tony Gwynn 2,378 19822001 [8]
Doubles Tony Gwynn 543 19822001 [8]
Triples Tony Gwynn 85 19822001 [8]
Home runs Nate Colbert 163 19691974 [11]
RBI Tony Gwynn 1,138 19822001 [8]
Bases on balls Tony Gwynn 790 19822001 [8]
Strikeouts Nate Colbert 773 19691974 [11]
Stolen bases Tony Gwynn 319 19822001 [8]
Jake Peavy in a Padres uniform
Jake Peavy, the holder of the career strikeout record for the Padres
Individual career pitching records
Statistic Player Record Padres career Ref
Wins Eric Show 100 19811990 [12]
Losses Randy Jones 105 19731980 [13]
Win–loss percentage Gaylord Perry .660 19781979 [14]
ERA Trevor Hoffman 2.76 19932008 [15]
Saves Trevor Hoffman 552 19932008 [15]
Strikeouts Jake Peavy 1,348 20022009 [16]
Shutouts Randy Jones 18 19731980 [13]
Games Trevor Hoffman 902 19932008 [15]
Innings Randy Jones 1,766.0 19731980 [13]
Games started Randy Jones 253 19731980 [13]
Complete games Randy Jones 71 19731980 [13]
Walks Eric Show 593 19811990 [12]
Hits allowed Randy Jones 1,720 19731980 [13]
Wild pitches Clay Kirby 48 19691973 [17]
Hit batsmen Eric Show 46* 19811990 [12]
Hit batsmen Joey Hamilton 46* 19941998 [18]

Individual single-season records[edit]

Batting statistics;[6] pitching statistics[7]
Tony Gwynn in a San Diego Padres uniform holding a bat.
Tony Gwynn holds many Padres hitting records.
Mike Cameron in a Boston Red Sox uniform
Mike Cameron, the holder of the single-season strikeout record for the Padres
Single-season batting records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref(s)
Batting average Tony Gwynn .394 1994 [8]
Home runs Greg Vaughn 50 1998 [19]
RBI Ken Caminiti 130 1996 [10]
Runs Steve Finley 126 1996 [20]
Hits Tony Gwynn 220 1997 [8]
Singles Tony Gwynn 177 1984 [8]
Doubles Tony Gwynn 54 1997 [8]
Triples Tony Gwynn 13* 1987 [8]
Dave Roberts 2006 [21]
Stolen bases Alan Wiggins 70 1984 [22]
Stolen base percentage Everth Cabrera 91.7 2012 [23]
At bats Steve Finley 655 1996 [20]
Slugging percentage Ken Caminiti .621 1996 [10]
Extra-base hits Steve Finley 84 1996 [20]
Total bases Steve Finley 348 1996 [20]
On-base percentage Tony Gwynn .454 1994 [8]
OPS Ken Caminiti 1.028 1996 [10]
Walks Jack Clark 132 1989 [24]
Strikeouts Mike Cameron 160 2007 [25]
Single-season pitching records
Statistic Player Record Season Ref(s)
Wins Randy Jones 22 1976 [13]
Losses Randy Jones 22 1974 [13]
Strikeouts Kevin Brown 257 1998 [26]
ERA Luis DeLeón 2.03 1982 [27]
Earned runs allowed Matt Clement 117 2000 [28]
Hits allowed Randy Jones 274 1976 [13]
Shutouts Fred Norman 6* 1972 [29]
Shutouts Randy Jones 6* 1975 [13]
Saves Trevor Hoffman 53 1998 [15]
Games Craig Lefferts 83 1986 [30]
Starts Randy Jones 40 1976 [13]
Complete games Randy Jones 25 1976 [13]
Innings Randy Jones 315⅓ 1976 [13]

Individual single-game records[edit]

Source:[31]
Steve Finley in a San Francisco Giants uniform
Steve Finley (pictured) is tied with Ken Caminiti for the Padre single-game total bases record
Single-game batting records
Statistic Player Record Date
RBI Nate Colbert 8* August 1, 1972
RBI Ken Caminiti 8* September 19, 1995
Runs Al Martin 5 April 15, 2000
Singles Bill Fahey 5* September 5, 1979
Singles Kevin McReynolds 5* September 5, 1984
Total bases Steve Finley 13* May 19, 1997
Total bases Ken Caminiti 13* July 12, 1998
Single-game pitching records
Statistic Player Record Date
Walks allowed Clay Kirby 10 July 15, 1969
Home runs allowed Woody Williams 5 July 13, 2001
Innings pitched Clay Kirby 15 September 24, 1971
Strikeouts Jake Peavy 16 April 27, 2007

Team season records[edit]

Source:[32]
Season batting records
Statistic Record Season
Home runs 172 1970
Runs 795 1997
Hits 1,519 1997
Batting average .275 1994
Walks 678 2001
At bats 5,655 1996
Most runners left on base 1,239 1980
Strikeouts 1,273 2001
Stolen bases 239 1980
Season pitching records
Statistic Record Season
Hits allowed 1,581 1997
Runs allowed 891 1997
Home runs allowed 219 2001
Strikeouts 1,217 1998
Saves 59 1998

Team all-time records[edit]

Source:[2]
Team all-time records
Statistic Record
Home runs 5,069
Runs 27,161
Hits 57,577
Batting average .252
ERA 3.94
Runs allowed 29,560

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  22. ^ "Alan Wiggins Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 17, 2011. 
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  25. ^ "Mike Cameron Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 17, 2011. 
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  27. ^ "Luis DeLeon Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 21, 2011. 
  28. ^ "Matt Clement Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 21, 2011. 
  29. ^ "Fred Norman Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 21, 2011. 
  30. ^ "Craig Lefferts Statistics and History – Baseball-Reference.com". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved April 21, 2011. 
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  32. ^ "Padres Season Records | padres.com: History". MLB.com. Retrieved April 24, 2011. 

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