There are about a billion articles about Tony Gwynn Jr. returning to San Diego for the first time since becoming a Dodger. Honestly, I don't see what the big deal is.
Of course his father, Tony the Gwynn, is going to root for him even if he is playing against the Padres. What father wouldn't? Only the a-holes.
Is that Tony Gwynn? Wearing Dodger Blue? - SignOnSanDiego.com
"It probably wasn’t as venomous as most people think," he said. "My uncle (Chris) played most of his career with the Dodgers. Although I didn’t like ’em very much, I didn’t hate ’em."
PADRES: Gwynn willingly rooting for Dodgers now that his son plays for them
"But, hey, I've got to pull for my son."
Tony Gwynn Jr. Returns To San Diego - True Blue LA
In 120 career games at Petco Park, Gwynn has a .340 on-base percentage, compared to a .310 OBP in 251 games everywhere else.
Petco Park security bolstered for Dodgers series - SignOnSanDiego.com
"We will increase our staffing levels for this series with the Dodgers in addition to paying particular attention to specific areas both inside and outside the ballpar