Tony Gwynn Jr is a popular American former baseball outfielder presently working for the Padres’ television and radio network as an analyst. He played in San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers, the Milwaukee Brewers, and Philadelphia Phillies for MLB during his professional baseball career.
Tony Gwynn Jr Age
Tony Gwynn Jr was born in Long Beach, California, United States on October 4, 1982, he is 39 years of age.
Tony Gwynn Jr Height
Gwynn stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.74 m).
Tony Gwynn Jr Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in Long Beach, California, in the United States. His parents are Alicia Gwynn his adorable mother and Tony Gwynn Sr. his protective father who passed away on June 16, 2014, due to salivary gland cancer, and he also played baseball where he was in the Baseball Hall of Famer he was indicated. He has a brother named Anisha Nicole who is a musician brother, and Chris Gwynn his nephew.
Tony Gwynn Jr Wife
He is cheerfully married to his beautiful wife named Alyse Mallek. Tony and Alyse tied the knot in 2006. The lovely couple is blessed with four adorable kids three daughters named Leighton, Makayla, and Jordan, and an awesome son named Anthony Keith III.
Tony Gwynn Jr Education
He studied at Poway High School located in California where the Atlanta Braves drafted him first of the 2000 MLB draft in the 33rd round. Later went to San Diego State University where his father also played baseball. In 2002, he played collegiate summer baseball in the Cape Cod Baseball League with the Brewster Whitecaps. In 2003, in his junior year, he became Mountain West Conference All-Star when he hit 25 bases and stole .359.
Tony Gwynn Jr Salary
Tony receives an annual salary of $82,987 and this is according to Padres analysts’ salary.
Tony Gwynn Jr Net Worth
He has an estimated net of $2 Million US dollars and his career as an analyst at Padres is the primary source of his income.
Tony Gwynn Jr Career
In the 2003 MLB draft, in the 2nd round, the Milwaukee Brewers. He played on July 15, 2006, his first major league debut for a couple of years and in the team’s minor leagues. It was indicated that Gabe Kapler and Gwynn might have a leg up on Gabe Gross for an outfield position by Brewers manager Ned Yost in March 2008.
On May 21, 2009, Jody Gerut traded him to the San Diego Padres for an outfielder. He drew a walk and then scored the winning run, in his first game. He had gained 41 RBI, 5 home runs, 165 hits, 20 doubles, and 9 triples with a .242 batting average wearing a number 18 jersey after two seasons with the team.
On December 8, 2010, he agreed with the Los Angeles Dodgers to a one-year deal and he made .256 hits with 22 stolen bases. He signed a minor league contract in December 2013 with the Philadelphia Phillies. After Ben Revere had sore ribs, he started batting in the leadoff position. On June 16, 2014, after the death of his father, he was placed on the grief list and on August 3 signed a minor league contract with the Phillies. On October 10, 2014, Tony was released after he disagreed assignment to Triple-A.
Tony is presently working for the Padres’ television and radio network as an analyst. He played in San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers, the Milwaukee Brewers, and Philadelphia Phillies for MLB during his professional baseball career.