In his playing days, Tony was listed at 5'11" and 199 pounds.
As of 2007, Tony is the head baseball coach at San Diego State University.
Tony won eight National League batting titles (1984, 1987-89 and 1994-97).
Tony won seven Silver Slugger Awards
(1984, 1986-87, 1989, 1994-95 and 1997).
Tony had a career-high 25-game hitting streak from August 21 through September 18 during the 1983 season.
Tony lead the National League in singles seven times (1984, 1986-87, 1989, 1994-95 and 1997).
Tony's highest salary was $6,300,000 for the 2000 season.
Tony was a fifteen-time All-Star 1984-87 and 1989-99).
Tony was a five-time Gold Glove Award winner (1986-87 and 1989-91).
Tony's brother Chris was also a Major League Baseball player as is his son, Tony Gwynn Junior.
Tony bats left and throws left.
On June 26, 1997, Tony hit the second grand slam of his career in the top of the seventh inning. This one was of the inside-the-park variety.
Tony won the 1999 Roberto Clemente Award.
Tony won the 1998 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award.
Tony won the 1995 Branch Rickey Award.
Tony had a .371 batting average in World Series play.
Tony played in the 1998 World Series.
Tony played in the 1998 NLDS.
Tony played in the 1996 NLDS.
Tony played in the 1984 World Series.
Tony's last MLB game was on October 7, 2001.
Tony's first MLB game was on July 19, 1982.
Tony had a career high 56 stolen bases and 13 triples in 1987. In the 1997 season, Tony collected career highs in RBIs (119), home runs (17), doubles (49) and hits (220).
Tony had a career high 642 at bats in 1986.
Tony scored a career high 119 runs in 1987.
Tony played in a career high 160 games in 1986.
Tony lives just outside of San Diego with his wife and kids in a town named Poway, California.
The address of Petco Park in San Diego, where the Padres play, is 19 Tony Gwynn Way.
San Diego State's baseball stadium is called "Tony Gwynn Stadium".
Tony Gwynn is currently the head baseball coach for the San Diego State Aztecs.
Tony was drafted by the Clippers in the NBA.
He was the 58th player chosen overall in the 1981 Major League Baseball draft.
Tony holds the SDSU basketball record for assists.