Greg Vaughn was one of the known sluggers of the 1990s, blasting 355 Home Runs over his career, 79 of which were as a San Diego Padre, the second team he played for.
In his contract year (1996), Vaughn was traded to the Padres from Milwaukee, and he resigned with the Padres as a Free Agent. Vaughn missed many Games in 1997, but in 1998, he had his best power year, with 50 Home Runs, 119 RBIs, and a .272 Batting Average. The Padres went to the World Series, with Vaughn as their feared slugger, but the Yankees proved too much For San Diego.
Vaughn was traded to the Reds in the off-season, and as a Padre, he had 78 Home Runs with 263 Hits.