Hall of Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn has died.
The 15 time All-Star died from cancer Monday at a hospital in California.
He played all 20 seasons of his career with the San Diego Padres, retiring with a lifetime 338 batting average and more than 31 hundred hits.
Gwynn won eight batting titles, putting him second on baseball's all time list.
He also won five Gold Glove Awards during his career.
Gwynn retired from baseball in 2001 was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot in January 2007.
Tony Gwynn was 54 years old.