The Only Thing That Needs To Be Said About The Late, Great Tony Gwynn

Tony Gwynn, who sadly has passed away at a far-too-young 54, faced Greg Maddux- perhaps the greatest pitcher of the expansion era- a total of 107 times (Regular and Post Season).

He never struck out. Not even once.

Rest in Peace, Tony. You were the greatest hitter since Ted Williams, and the world of baseball is a sadder place without you in it.

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One thought on “The Only Thing That Needs To Be Said About The Late, Great Tony Gwynn

  1. I had been wondering how Tony Gwynn was doing. I knew he had cancer several years back. Too bad. What an extraordinary player and a (seemingly) easy-going, regular ‘nice’ guy.

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