Padres 2019 Schedule

Greetings from the future. Its 2019 and the San Diego Padres are in a five-way tie for first place with a 0-0 record. We have details about the 2019 schedule that we can share with you today.

Home Opener

The 2019 season starts at home in Petco Park against the San Francisco Giants. Read more about Padres’ 2019 opening day.

Padres Interleague Play

THE RED SOX ARE COMING. In 2019, Petco Park will host Padres games with the visiting Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, and Tampa Bay Rays from the American League East. The first of these series begins July 29 with the Orioles. In April, the Seattle Mariners come to San Diego. Scheduled interleague games for the Padres on the road include Toronto and New York, as well as Baltimore and Seattle. Search remaining Red Sox tickets!


Come catch a game on Easter Sunday, April 21 in San Diego’s holiest cathedral, against the Sin-cinnati Reds.


The 2019 regular season ends in Arizona September 29. The last home game on the schedule will be against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Petco Park on September 26, 2019. Until the postseason begins…

Petco Park Events Calendar

Petco Park is a vital downtown San Diego venue that hosts incredible concerts, sports, holiday and community events throughout the year. See whats coming in 2019. View the calendar

Schedule of Promotional Games

Throughout the Padres season, fans can enjoy special themed nights, free promotional giveaways, food and drink specials and much more. View upcoming promotions

Fireworks Games

Look not all baseball games can guarantee fireworks. There are a lot of pitching duels, a lot of time outs and adjusting of cleats. A lot of walks, a lot of bunts, a lot of pickoffs and double plays. Some people just want to know: when can I see fireworks?

Full home schedule & ticket availability

View full schedule and purchase tickets.

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