I'm interested in his stats against Rob Dibble. He'd be a good match to the modern reliever. I remember reading a story IIRC, Will Clarke talked to Gwynn about how Gwynn approached hitting Dibble. After making those suggested adjustments, Clarke had much better success against Dibble.I agree with this as a general statement, but Gwynn made a compelling argument against it. He hit almost .400 in 260 career at bats against Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, and Tom Glavine. I just think the dude is an outlier. He hit almost .400 against Curt Schilling and in 45 at bats Pedro Martinez never struck him out. He hit .315 off Pedro.
I think he could have hit todays middle relievers.