The family of baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn is suing Altria Group Inc, formerly known as Philip Morris, claiming the tobacco giant and others in the industry manipulated Gwynn to become addicted to smokeless tobacco that ultimately led to his death from salivary gland cancer. Gwynn was the kind of athlete parents were proud of their kids to look up to. He got along well with his teammates, and didn’t drink or smoke. Like many baseball players at the time, he used smokeless tobacco, or dip, and his choice product was Skoal. Gwynn was under the impression dip was not as ... Read More
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