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Tony Gwynn - Awards And Accomplishments

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The Lou Gehrig Memorial Award is presented annually to the major league player who best exemplifies the leadership and character of the late Lou Gehrig, Hall of Fame first baseman
1980 Named third team All-American by Baseball News
1981 Named College All-American and first team All-Western Athletic Conference outfielder; named Most Valuable Player in Rookie Northwest League
1984, 1986-87, 1989, 1994 Named to Sporting News National League All-Star Team
1984, 1987-89, 1994-97 National League Batting Champion
1984-87, 1989-96 Voted to All-Star Game
1984, 1986-87, 1989, 1994-95, 1997 Given Sporting News Silver Slugger Award
1984, 1986-88, 1994-95, 1997 Voted San Diego Padres' Most Valuable Player
1984-99 Named to National League All-Star Team
1986-87, 1989-91 Gold Glove Award for outfield
1995 Branch Rickey Award for most community service in major league baseball; San Diego Padres' Chairman's Award for community service
1997 San Diego State University dedicated new baseball stadium in Gwynn's name
1997-99 San Diego State University recipient of Roberto Clemente Award for combining excellence in playing with community service and sportsmanship
1999 Recipient of Phi Delta Theta's Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
1999 Inducted into World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame
1999 Recorded 3,000th career hit on August 6
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