Tony Gwynn & The Hall Of Fame Class Of 2007

Tony Gwynn & The Hall Of Fame Class Of 2007

Tony Gwynn was elected into the National Baseball Hall Of Fame in 2007. Of the 545 votes cast, Gwynn collected 532; good for 97.6%.

The plaque reads:

“An artisan with a bat whose daily pursuit of excellence produced a .338 lifetime batting average, 3,141 hits, and a National League record-tying eight batting titles. Consistency was his hallmark, hitting .300 in 19 of 20 major league seasons, including .394 in 1994. Renowned for his ability to hit to all fields, frequently collecting opposite-field base hits between third base and shortstop. Struck out just once for every 21 at-bats. A 15-time All-star and 5-time Gold Glove winner. Hit .371 in two World Series – 1984 and 1998.”

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One response to “Tony Gwynn & The Hall Of Fame Class Of 2007

  1. I love a player who almost never strikes out!

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