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LaMarr Hoyt was the last Padres pitcher to earn a Win in the All-Star Game.

#3. Padres All-Stars Of 1985

After a remarkable season in 1984, the trend of Padre fandom followed into 1985 despite not repeating the amazing season of 1984 in San Diego. Like 1998 with five all-stars, the Padres also had five in 1985. Tony Gwynn, first baseman Steve Garvey, catcher Terry Kennedy, third baseman Graig Nettles and starting pitcher LaMarr Hoyt. But wait, there’s more! Forgot to mention shortstop Garry Templeton and closer Goose Gossage along with manager Dick Williams to make it seven Padre all-stars!

Padres Pitcher LaMarr Hoyt started and was named M.V.P. of the game after only allowing one unearned run, on two hits, over three innings with the National League going on to win 6-1 in Minnesota. In addition, Gossage struck out two in a scoreless inning to get the save for the N.L., while Steve Garvey and Terry Kennedy each had a hit and a RBI, Gary Templeton also had a hit.