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"Tony Gwynn’s adult children said Tuesday, one day after they filed a lawsuit against makers of smokeless tobacco that blames the product for causing his death from cancer in 2014, that they wanted the industry to be held accountable.", www.sandiegouniontribune.com
"Banks pushed students to apply for credit cards or checking accounts. [...] there were the tobacco companies, including the one mentioned in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by Tony Gwynn’s family Monday, claiming he was wooed into addiction as a student at San Diego State by an industry that targeted him. The suit lists two people who ran an intramural softball team, “Skoal Brothers,” and handed out smokeless tobacco. The company the family is suing staged an over-the-line softball tournament on campus and set up tables to stack and restack tins of Skoal and Copenhagen, which they gave out free to students. The tournament was held a pop fly from what is now Tony Gwynn Stadium, and students were hired to introduce other students to smokeless tobacco and teach them how to use it. In retrospect, it seems pathetic for the tobacco company to target this audience, and the lawsuit said it’s how Gwynn started his addiction that led to his salivary-gland cancer", www.sfchronicle.com
"From Yahoo Sports: Tony Gwynn's widow and two children filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to hold the tobacco industry accountable for the Hall of Famer's death. The suit was filed in San Diego Superior Court by Alicia Gwynn and her children, Tony Jr. and Anisha Gwynn-Jones. The suit says Gwynn started dipping as a 17-year-old freshman ballplayer at San Diego State.", sports.yahoo.com
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