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Jaydawg  
Subject:  Last night (7/19), Brewers rookie Tony Gwynn Jr. collected his first major league hit in the ninth inning with a two-out double off of reliever Brian Wilson. It came 24 years to the day after the first major league hit by his father, which was a double off of Philly's Sid Monge
Date:  7/20/06, 10:14pm
Growing up in Poway, I wonder if Tony Jr. dreamed of getting his first big league hit off a guy named after a Beach Boy. In any case, it's unlikely that he thought it would occur on the anniversary of his old man's first hit.

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Message #3892 of 6634  *NEW*
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Reedster  
Subject:  Re: Last night (7/19), Brewers rookie Tony Gwynn Jr. collected his first major league hit in the ninth inning with a two-out double off of reliever Brian Wilson. It came 24 years to the day after the first major league hit by his father, which was a double off of Philly's Sid Monge
Date:  7/21/06, 10:49am
> Growing up in Poway, I wonder if Tony Jr. dreamed of
>getting his first big league hit off a guy named after a Beach
>Boy. In any case, it's unlikely that he thought it would
>occur on the anniversary of his old man's first hit.

This is really cool (and suited for a false rumor)... Jr. can only hope to be half the great player his Dad was, though. Still, nice start.

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