Tony Gwynn Jr. never quite lived up to his father’s name as a baseball player, but he may have surpassed him when it came to dealing with jerk fans in the outfield bleachers. This video of Gwynn having some fun with fans at Coors Field is from 2011 when Gwynn was still a member of the Dodgers. While fans heckled Gwynn he calmly placed his glove behind his back to mimic the fans talking out of their asses. Well played. When we last heard from Gwynn he was playing for the Dodgers AAA affiliate.
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