Thursday night's public memorial to Tony Gwynn is a chance for Padres fans to say goodbye to their adopted hometown hero. NBC 7's Derek Togerson has a preview of the celebration of Tony Gwynn's life.
Padres legend Tony Gwynn will be honored at a free memorial service for fans Thursday night at Petco Park.
The family of late San Diego Padres icon Tony Gwynn held a private memorial service for the beloved baseball player Saturday morning at San Diego State University, a school spokesperson confirmed.
On Thursday, fans gathered downtown in anticipation of a four-story-tall banner of Tony Gwynn’s jersey that will be hung from the country administration building. NBC 7’s Elena Gomez reports.
If you see a lot of Padres gear at the office or around town on Thursday, it’s no coincidence. It’s all in honor of San Diego Padres icon, Tony Gwynn.
The Padres returned Wednesday for a home game against the Seattle Mariners, the first time the team’s played in San Diego since legend Tony Gwynn’s death.
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