On Monday, Tony Gwynn lost his four-year battle with cancer in his salivary gland.
Gwynn became known to fans simply as "Mr. Padre" after playing for the club for 20 seasons. Recognized as one of the most consistent hitters of all time, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007.
During his time with the Padres, Gwynn was named an All-Star 15 times and the National League batting champion eight times.
Gwynn had attributed his salivary cancer to years of using chewing tobacco.