Anxiety, pride as parent of draft prospect
ESPN's Tony Gwynn talks about being the parent of a prospect in the Major League Baseball draft.
Updated: June 3, 2003, 4:17 PM ETBy Tony Gwynn | Special to ESPN Insider
Editor's Note: San Diego State center fielder Anthony Gwynn Jr. was selected in the second round of Tuesday's Major League Baseball draft (the 39th pick overall). He is the son of San Diego State head coach Tony Gwynn, the ESPN analyst and ex-Padres star. Before the draft, Tony talked about being the parent of a prospect...
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