December 22, 1999

Wally Joyner


Teams | Angels (1986-91), Royals (92-95), Padres (96-99), Atlanta (2000), Angels (01)

How he was acquired | The Padres traded Bip Roberts and Bryan Wolff to the Royals for Joyner and Aaron Dorlarque on Dec. 21, 1995.
How he left | The Padres traded Joyner, Reggie Sanders and Quilvio Veras to Atlanta for Ryan Klesko, Bret Boone and Jason Shiell on Dec. 22, 1999.

Players most similar to | Chris Chambliss, Mark Grace
Career year (1987) 34 home runs, 117 RBIs, .285 batting average, .366 on-base percentage, .528 slugging percentage, 100 runs.

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Top 10 in MVP voting (1986)
AL All-Star (1986)

Quilvio Veras


Teams | Marlins [1995-96] Padres [97-99] Atlanta [2000-01]

How he was acquired | The Padres traded Dustin Hermanson to the Marlins for Veras on Nov. 21, 1996.

How he left | The Padres traded Veras and Wally Joyner to Atlanta for Ryan Klesko, Bret Boone and Jason Shiell on Dec. 22, 1999.

Player most similar to | Bump Wills

Career year [1998] 6 home runs, 45 RBIs, .267 batting average, .373 on-base percentage, .356 slugging percentage, 24 stolen bases.

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Led league in stolen bases [1996]

March 29, 1999

Phil Nevin



Career statistics | Baseball-Reference.com
Teams | Astros (1995), Tigers (95-97), Angels (98), Padres (99-2005), Rangers (05-06), Cubs (06), Twins (06)

How he was acquired | The Padres traded Andy Sheets and Gus Kennedy to the Angels for Nevin and Keith Volkman on March 29, 1999.
How he left | The Padres traded Nevin to the Rangers for Chan Ho Park and $6 million on July 30, 2005.

Player most similar to | Bob Horner
Career year (2001) 41 home runs, 126 RBIs, .306 batting average, .388 on-base percentage, .588 slugging percentage.

RESUME
• All-Star (2001)

February 2, 1999

Greg Vaughn


Teams | Brewers (1989-96), Padres (96-98), Reds (99), Devil Rays (2000-02), Rockies (03)

How he was acquired | The Padres traded Bryce Florie, Marc Newfield and Ron Villone to the Brewers for Vaughn and Gerald Parent on July 31, 1996.
How he left | The Padres traded Vaughn and Mark Sweeney to the Reds for Reggie Sanders, Damian Jackson and Josh Harris on Feb. 2, 1999.

Player most similar to | Roy Sievers
Career year (1998) 50 home runs, 119 RBIs, .272 batting average, .363 on-base percentage, .597 slugging percentage, 112 runs.

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• Top 10 in MVP voting (1998, 99)
• Four-time All-Star (1993, 96, 98, 2001)