Hey baseball fans!
I have another interview for you today! It's with the great former closer Trevor Hoffman! It was arranged and recorded by the really cool web site, Sqor.com. By the way, Sqor (www.sqor.com) is a new sports and social networking web site that brings athlete content to fans from over 1,200 professional and amateur athletes, so check them out. And Brett Favre is on the board of directors of the company. If you want to listen to the interview, just click here. Also, in case you don't know a lot about Hoffman, let me explain who he was and why he is considered one of the greatest closers of all time.
Trevor played from 1993-2010 with the Marlins, Padres, and Brewers. His 601 career saves are second only to Mariano Rivera. During his career, the seven-time All Star baffled teams with his devastating changeup, which helped him achieve a minuscule 2.87 career ERA. The Bellflower, California native held the all-time saves record from '06 to '11 and is only one of two pitchers to have 500+ and 600+ career saves. Funny, he played shortstop in college!
Well, I hope you enjoy the interview. Thanks for listening to it and check back in a couple of days for more of "all the buzz on what wuzz."