2. Josh Hader
The brightest light on this 2023 Padres team so far has been Josh Hader. You might not know it given the team's struggles and recent bad press, but Hader has been money this season.
The lefty closer owns a microscopic 0.82 ERA, 0.73 WHIP and 13 saves in 22 relief appearances, all of which are tops or near the top in the National League, if not throughout MLB.
Hader has truly turned it on this season, finding the form that made him so dominant in Milwaukee all those years. Turns out his 2022 struggles were just a fluke, in the best way. His performance is more than deserving of an All-Star nod this summer.