Trevor Hoffman took selfies with the street sign that was named after him and it was fantastic
In his third year on the ballot, Trevor Hoffman found himself elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The 18-year veteran reliever earned seven All-Star selections across his illustrious career and was the third player to don a Padres cap on his plaque at Cooperstown. Needless to say, he's earned every honor that has come his way -- even having a street named after him.
Yep -- Trevor Hoffman Way is now a thing, and naturally, the 50-year-old had to take a selfie with his new street sign. And he did not leave us disappointed:
That's impressive -- it appears he doesn't have one bad side. Just check out the final products:
"Being able to drive down the street I come in every day and where I finished some of my runs when I was a player, and is now named after you is pretty cool," Hoffman told MLB.com's Katie Woo.
It sure is.