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The Western Metal Supply Co. building is iconic, dramatic, and an essential cornerstone of the character of Petco Park. It’s gorgeous brick presence serves as a metaphorical bridge between baseball’s past and future.
All Star Game attendees will get to enjoy the brand new Padres Hall of Fame, now open behind the left field stands
Dubbed “Petco Park” in 2004 after San Diego-based pet supply retailer Petco secured naming rights, the relationship has been extended through 2027.
The first Padres game was played at Petco Park on April 8, 2004.
There are three bronze statues at Petco Park, immortalizing three deserving figures in San Diego Padres history.
In 2020, Petco Park had cardboard cutouts in the stands, but they were not for sale to the public.
This site was launched in 2004 and has been serving Padres fans for more than 15 years. Happy anniversary to Petco Park Insider!
A baby boy was born Thursday, September 24, 2015, at Petco Park, during a game between the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants. This is the first time a baby has been born at the stadium in the ballpark’s history.
The game, which ended at 1:21am, featured a stretch of 13 scoreless innings . More than 650 pitches were thrown in total.
Whether you are a fan of skydiving, the Padres, our mighty Navy, or just an admirer of San Diego’s gorgeous downtown skyline, you will enjoy this amazing POV video of a U.S. Navy Seal parachuting into Petco Park on the Padres 2014 Opening Day.