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    San Diego's new signature baseball park, located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter, opened to the public in April 2004. This facility, which includes some quirky features and a 95-year-old warehouse, is sure to a hit a home run with local fans. This is the first big stadium for the city designed exclusively as a baseball facility.

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    In 1968, the minor-league San Diego Padres become a Major League Baseball team and play their first game in the newly built (1967) QualComm Stadium. In 1998 the Padres won the National League pennant but lost the World Series to the New York Yankees.

    Unique Stadium Features:
    Home Run Porch - Bleacher section that protruds forward directly behind the right-field foul pole. It has the potential to create some easy home runs or some bizarre fielding plays.
    The Sea Breeze - On a normal day the afternoon prevailing wind will be blowing from left field to right at about 10 mph. It diminishes after dusk.
    Sun Block - The stadiums concourse design will play games with the setting sun shining through gaps in the decking and might hamper the fielders' vision.
    Outfield Bleachers - The cheapest place to watch a game - seats tickets start at $8.
    FriarVision - 30x53 foot state-of-the-art high resolution LED display will provide awesome clean, clear video of the action. Cox Communications and Sony has placed about 220 HDTV sets throughout the stadium to showcase this new technology.
    Tower Lofts - For just $1900 you can get a private suite for yourself and 19 friends midway up one of those giant light towers. A private elevator drops you into a glass-enclosed suite with plush chairs and hardwood floors. Amenities include your own wetbar, restroom and big screen high-definition TV sets. These tower lofts can some impressive skyline views (the first base tower loft views are best).

    Western Metal Supply Bldg:
    Look for the Metal Magnet in the left stands (actually its impossible to miss). This four-story brick building is a local historic landmark originally built in 1909 to house the now-defunct Western Metal Supply Co. Located 334 feet from home plate, the south corner of the building serves as the left-field foul pole. It has been refurbished into a major landmark at Petco Park with some of the following features:
    Rooftop Bleacher Seats - 180 reserved seats (priced at $60 each which includes a pre-game buffet) and standing room along the front rail.
    Padres Hall of Fame Bar & Grill - Fourth floor restaurant (only open on game days) with terrace dining and views of the field.
    Garden Level - Seven party suites fill the third floor level. The party suite packages start at about $1200 and includes food and beverage service.
    Main Concourse - Five second floor party suites with amenities similar to the Garden Level.
    Padres Team Store - First floor facility features standing-room view of left field.

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    Stadium Clubhouse:
    Stadium Clubhouses for the home team and the visitors will be out of view to the general public but already have the reputation of being amongst the finest in the county. Each is located under the Field Level seats directly behind the respective dugouts with an adjoining 40-cubicle locker room. Other player amenities include 7,580 sq ft weight training room, medical offices, kitchen, video room, manager's office, laundry, storage and indoor batting cages. There is also an auxilary locker froom for umpires, VIP dressing room, underground garage, media interview room and team lounge for player spouses. Players are especially impressed with "the pool", a Hydroworx jetted pool with a treadmill on the floor, cameras in the walls and overhead.

    Toyota Terrace
    Mid-level concourse seating area - amenities include -
    PCL Bar & Grill - Terrace dining overlooking the gamefield with memorabilia from the Padres PCL years.
    Wind & Sea Lounge - Sushi bar and carving stations.
    Club 19 - View to Balboa Park and downtown skyline serving appertizers and beverages.
    Baja Bistro - View to the Bay, restaurant serving mexican fare.

    Standing Room
    The cheapest tickets to see the game - 1500 "Park Pass" tickets available for the following areas:
    Lawn Sitting - Picnic Hill and Park at the Park
    Rooftop - roof of Western Metal Supply building
    Padres Team Store - 1st floor of Western Metal Supply
    Right Field

    The Park At The Park
    2.7 acre park and children's playground located beyond the center field fence. Portable concession stands, video board on the back of the Batter's Eye. Open to East Village residents on non-game days.

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    The premier entertainment and restaurant district of Downtown San Diego. Over 40 quality restaurants, pubs, nightclubs and theaters listed. Popular destination before or after a game at the Petco Park ballfield.

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    In 1968, the minor-league San Diego Padres become a Major League Baseball team and play their first game in the newly built (1967) QualComm Stadium. In 1998 the Padres won the National League pennant but lost the World Series to the New York Yankees.

    Tour Petco Park
    San Diego's new signature baseball park, located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter, opened to the public in April 2004. This facility, which includes some quirky features and a 95-year-old warehouse, is sure to a hit a home run with local fans.

    History of the San Diego Padres:

  • 1936 - Arrival: - The Padres were the first professional team to play for San Diego. Before then there were only sporadic exhibition games played at Balboa Stadium and Sports Field (neither one designed for a baseball diamond). The Padres were part of the Pacific Coast League.
  • Lane Field (1936-1957): - Located on the San Diego Bay at the foot of Broadway, the Padres played 22 seasons here.
  • Westgate Park (1958-1967): - Located at the northeast corner of present day Fashion Valley Shopping Center. At the time it was recognized as one of the most beautiful stadiums for a minor league team.
  • Qualcomm Stadium (1967-2003): - Completed in 1967 with enough capacity so that Padres could become a major league franchise team and also to relocate the Chargers Football team from decaying Balboa Stadium. First named San Diego Stadium and the Jack Murphy Stadium in honor of the San Diego Union sports writer who led the bond raising effort to build the stadium.
  • 1984 National League Champions
  • 1996 NL West Title Champions
  • 1998 National League Champions

    San Diego Padres MVP's:

  • Tony Gwynn - eight-time NL batting champion
  • Ken Caminti - 1996 MVP
  • Randy Jones - 1976 Cy Young Award Winner
  • Gaylord Perry - 1978 Cy Young Award Winner
  • Mark Davis - 1989 Cy Young Award Winner

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    Public Transportation
    - Transit Website; 1-800-COMMUTE;

  • 3 trolley stations adjacent to stadium
  • Extra evening Coaster service to Santa Fe Depot
  • San Diego Transit bus stops at Park & 10th
  • NCTD Breeze Express busses run Fridays-Sundays.

    Parking Facilities
    You may want to explore several parking options including:

  • D1 & D2 - Parking for ballpark staff, media and disabled - closest lot to Petco Park (Imperial Ave and Park Blvd - expensive $17-2004)
  • Tailgate Park - Largest public lot closest to Petco Park (K St and Park Blvd - expensive $17-2004)
  • Horton Plaza - F St and Forth Ave - 8 minute walk to Petco Park
  • San Diego Convention Center - Harbor Dr and 1st Ave - 6 minute walk to Petco Park
  • Santa Fe Depot - There are a number of $3 lots along Pacific Hwy between Broadway and Ash St. Park and then catch a trolley ride at the Depot ($1.25 one way) to Petco Park
  • C St Buildings - There are a number of public lots in the tall buildings which line C St- which is the the main trolley route to Petco Park.


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