Tony Gwynn Jr. , CF


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Born: 1982-10-04 (36) | Bats: L | Throws: R
Height: 6' 0 | Weight: 190
Born:Long Beach, CA (USA) | College: San Diego State

Pro Debut/Team: 2006-07-15, Philadelphia Phillies



2019 Spring Training




CTCBL Career Stats

Year Team Img02 AB R H Img02 2B 3B HR BI Img02 SB CS BB K Img02 AVG OBP SLG Img02 E
2007 Wanaque War Eagles (SST) 1 1 1 Img02 0 0 0 1 Img02 0 0 0 0 Img02 .000 .000 .000 Img02 0
2008 Wanaque War Eagles (SST) 138 17 36 Img02 4 1 0 7 Img02 7 2 15 26 Img02 .261 .333 .304 Img02 0
2009 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 13 2 4 Img02 0 0 0 0 Img02 2 1 5 1 Img02 .308 .526 .308 Img02 0
2010 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 403 58 108 Img02 13 7 5 33 Img02 12 6 62 45 Img02 .268 .365 .372 Img02 11
2011 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 196 29 42 Img02 10 1 2 19 Img02 22 5 23 27 Img02 .214 .297 .306 Img02 0
2012 Ferengenar Suspenders(FYS) 320 37 66 Img02 9 6 1 11 Img02 42 5 24 62 Img02 .206 .264 .281 Img02 0
6 yrs. Career Totals-------> 1,071 144 257 Img02 36 15 8 71 Img02 85 19 129 161 Img02 .240 .322 .324 Img02 11
4 yrs. Ferengenar Suspenders 932 126 220 Img02 32 14 8 63 Img02 78 17 114 135 Img02 .236 .320 .326 Img02 11
2 yrs. Seattle Steelheads 139 18 37 Img02 4 1 0 8 Img02 7 2 15 26 Img02 .266 .338 .309 Img02 0

CTCBL Transactions
Trades:

2013-01-28: Ferengenar Suspenders trades: Miguel Olivo(C-SEA); Tony Gwynn(CF-LAN); Mark Reynolds(1B-BAA); Jonathan Herrera(SS-CON); Fernando Rodriguez(R-HON); Matt Reynolds(R-CON); 2013 Rookie FYS #1.0; 2013 Rookie FYS #2.0; 2013 Rookie HWC #3.0; to South Florida Hogs for: John Buck(C-MMN); Hanley Ramirez(3B-LAN); Jose Valverde(C-DEA);



Draft History:

2009 Mid: Drafted by FYS in Round 1, overall selection #11.


Waiver History

2013-03-31: Released by Southboro Killer E's
2013-03-31: Released by Southboro Killer E's
Other moves:


From Baseball-Reference:

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