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Tony Gwynn Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Tony Gwynn.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Just watched an incrediblly well done documentary on Tony Gwynn on
. As a passionate baseball fan since the 70’s just reminded me how much I always admired and appreciated his game, approach, and his personality. Watching this show made me love him and miss even more. #19

Hard to sleep tonight knowing that this is lurking to be busted open!

My hero Tony Gwynn shining through in the 1985 Topps Baseball Rack Pack along with Don Mattingly aka Donnie Baseball.

Packs like these are very hard to actually pop open! Decisions, decisions.

Tony Gwynn aka “Mr. Padre” lost his battle with cancer 6 years ago today at age 54

His impact on the game is still felt today in the way players analyze their own performance

Gwynn was a pioneer of video analysis famously using a portable VCR to watch his vast library of tape

Tony Gwynn’s death hit me and crushed me unlike any other “celebrity” death I’ve ever experienced. I never met him. Watched him play only as a little child. But as a 22 year old, I sat there and sobbed like a baby as the news broke. #RIP19 #Padres

Happened to find this today. Tony Gwynn didn’t have as big an impact on me in his time on this planet as most people. But seeing how his death affected my mom, dad, and countless other San Diegans, I know Mr. Padre was more than just
baseball, he WAS San Diego. RIP Tony.

On this morning 6 years ago, received the awful news about Tony Gwynn’s death while wearing his jersey. That night, we celebrated his life with fellow
fans in Seattle. The beers we are toasting in the photo were bought by classy
fans. #MrPadre

Please take a moment to remember Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn who passed away six years ago today when he was just 54.

This is how I like to remember him — signing autographs at SkyDome prior to the 1991 All-Star Game.

Tony Gwynn faced Greg Maddux 107 times in his career — more than any other pitcher. He batted .415/.476/.521 against the four-time Cy Young Award winner and Hall of Famer. That’s easily the highest average against Maddux for any player with at least 70 plate appearances. RIP

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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