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Latest Tony Gwynn Items
When Steve Fisher arrived at San Diego State in March 1999, the basketball program was barely an afterthought.
A collision of the Hall's two-tiered voting process and the first real referendum on baseball's Steroid Era has produced an induction weekend unlike any in recent memory. For the first time in nearly 50 years, none of the guests of honor will be present.
Baseball's latest Hall of Fame ballot, a referendum dreaded for several years, was released this week. Now all of the hypothetical debates on enshrining steroid users will play out for real, argued by roughly 600 members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. And those fine folks receive a lone instruction for making their determination:
Major League Baseball no longer has to worry about having a suspended drug cheat as batting champion.
Melky Cabrera has been disqualified from the National League batting title at his own request, a person familiar with the discussions told The Associated Press.
Melky Cabrera ended the debate over whether a suspended drug cheat should be able to win a batting title. The San Francisco outfielder asked Major League Baseball officials to disqualify him and on Friday they agreed.
Cole Hamels knew the moment he walked off the mound to a standing ovation after allowing five runs in his last start that he was staying with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Phil Mickelson wants to be more than just a fan of the San Diego Padres. He wants to help buy the team.
Tony Gwynn's agent says the Hall of Famer is joining movie producer Thomas Tull in an attempt to buy the San Diego Padres.