Found June 09, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
A newspaper report indicated Saturday that former San Diego Padres great Tony Gwynn owns more than $400,000 in federal income taxes. Gwynn, currently the baseball coach at San Diego State, is partnering with Thomas Tull, CEO of Legendary Pictures, and others in a bid to purchase the Padres from majority owner John Moores. Gwynn’s back taxes are from 2003, 2007 and 2009, UT San Diego reported. The Hall of Famer’s attorney, Mitch Dubick, told UT San Diego that his client is attempting to pay the back taxes and that he doesn’t anticipate the debt to the government hindering Gwynn’s involvement with the ownership group.
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