Former Milwaukee Brewers closer Trevor Hoffman was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame Sunday. Hoffman started his professional career as a shortstop but switched to pitching when he failed to hit. Although not a hard-thrower, Hoffman saved a record 601 games in 18 seasons. He started with the San Diego Padres and spent most of his career there, before finishing with Milwaukee. Only one major league closer, former Yankee Mariano Rivera, has saved more games. Inducted with Hoffman were Larry Wayne Jones Junior, Jim Thome (TOE may), Vladimir Guerrero, Jack Morris and Alan Trammell.