Trevor Wilson

1991 Donruss

Wilson pitched for eight seasons in the majors, posting a 41-46 record with a 3.87 ERA for the San Francisco Giants and Anaheim Angels between 1988-1998. Wilson made 29 starts and pitched in 44 games for the Giants in 1991. He won 13 times that season and had a 3.56 ERA while striking out 139 hitters. It would go down as the best year of his career. He finished 8-14 in 1992, then missed three seasons due to injury, before concluding his career with 15 games for Anaheim.


Wilson was a member of the 1989 San Francisco Giants team that reached the World Series. He did not pitch in the postseason.

Wilson is one of 22 left-handed pitchers to throw an “immaculate inning.” He accomplished the feat on June 7, 1992 when he struck out Houston Astros Jeff Bagwell, Eric Anthony and Rafael Ramirez on nine pitches.

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1992 Fleer

Published by Chris

Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, aging punk ... I am actually in a Hall of Fame.

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