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outfielder role, but the only zombie star power relating to his name ends where the “Jr.” portion begins.
Signing Tony Gwynn Jr. for under $700K is a coup for any big league team. Although Gwynn’s 2009
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England, we didn't get to watch a lot of NL West action. I knew how good Gwynn was, but never really got to watch it much. My favorite Gwynn memory actually came from his son, Tony Gwynn Jr
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Braun, and Buster Posey on their list, but there is always a few fringe prospects that could be of interest that no one else is thinking about. For me, one of those guys is Tony Gwynn, Jr. Following
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There's no obvious reason why it would be the case, but if the reader woke up this morning with a newfound resolve just to like the hell out of Dodgers outfielder Tony Gwynn, this video of him
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with a tiny boost from change in parks.
Tony Gwynn, Jr. (2% owned in Yahoo)
Yeah, it's a little strange to recommend a speed-only center fielder without a center field glove playing in a slightly
- Tony Pena Jr., The Pitcher
Tony Pena Jr.’s quest to reach the majors as a pitcher is going swimmingly. Over the weekend Pena Jr. made his tenth appearance as a minor league pitcher. This marked his first as a pitcher in Triple
- On Jeter and Gwynn
You know, a lot has been made about the amount of attention Fox paid to Derek Jeter last night, particularly in relation to how much attention it paid to Tony Gwynn (none). All of which seems
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- For Sake of Reference: Footage of Tony Pena Jr. Pitching
of former major-league shortstop and current minor-league pitcher Tony Pena Jr.
What this post at NotGraphs is all about is rendering that service real hard. "To what end?" the reader might ask
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highlighted today were won with FAAB this past Monday.
Tony Gwynn | LAN OF | 5% Owned
The son of the Hall of Famer by the same name, the younger Gwynn has rarely had the opportunity for every day
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There's a whole lot more to being a successful major league hitter than pure explosiveness, though. The late Tony Gwynn may be the best evidence of that. Hitting a ton of line drives and never
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of the names of this list wound up among the 15 best offensive players in the history of the game. Of course, we can't overlook the tragic shortening of the career of Tony Conigliaro, who was on his
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had the good fortune of being the worst and picking first at the right time, and now possessed both Ken Griffey, Jr., and Rodriguez in their organization. Within months, it was clear that the Mariners
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(non-impact MLB regular)
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to make a big-ticket move to replace the departed Jacoby Ellsbury, instead entrusting the center field position to another talented youngster, Jackie Bradley, Jr., with reclamation project Grady Sizemore
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, Brian Giles, Carlos Delgado and Nomar Garciaparra become eligible. Only Jack Morris falls off of the ballot.
In 2016, Ken Griffey, Jr., Trevor Hoffman, Billy Wagner and Jim Edmonds become