Ken Burns' two-part follow up to Baseball, entitled The 10th Inning, will be airing tonight and tomorrow night on PBS. The updated four hour series is about the past 15 years of baseball and has been advertised as a documentary about the baseball strike, steroids, Barry Bonds, the Yankees and the Red Sox.
Our beloved Tony Gwynn, who has the highest career batting average of any player who's career began after WWII, is well-deserving of airtime in the series. But will he get any love? As I recall, he didn't get any love in The 9th Inning.
So, make your predictions in the comments section by answering this question:
How many seconds (or minutes) of airtime in The 10th Inning will be devoted to Mr. Padre?