Phillies reserve outfielder, Tony Gwynn Jr., grew up watching his father, Tony Gwynn, wield the bat like a magician's wand. He idolized his dad and aspired to be just like him. Yesterday, Gwynn died the day after Father's Day at the age of 54 from salivary gland cancer (caused by his use of chewing tobacco). The Hall of Famer was a lifetime .338 hitter over 20 seasons with the San Diego Padres. His brother Chris Gwynn also played in the Majors. Condolences to the Gwynn family.