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Gwynn improving, saddened by news of Carter

Posted on: June 1, 2011 1:25 am
Edited on: June 1, 2011 1:26 am
By C. Trent Rosecrans

Tony GwynnFor Tony Gwynn, the news of fellow Hall of Famer Gary Carter's brain tumors was tough to hear.

"It's sad, isn't it," Gwynn told the Los Angeles Times before Tuesday's Dodgers game. "It's very sad. That could have been me."

That's not just lip service from Gwynn, who is batting cancer in his salivary gland. ThePadres legend returned to his job as San Diego State's baseball coach this season and made his first trip to Dodger Stadium to see his son, Tony Gwynn Jr., play with his new team.

However, Gwynn says he's improving.

"Five, six months after treatment, I'm doing good," Gwynn said. "All the tests I've taken have come back positively. I've got another round of tests I have to take in the next couple of weeks. I plan on being around here for a while."

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