- Tickets to a San Diego Padres game
- Where: Petco Park
- Door time: 90 minutes before first pitch
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Seating and Games
Against the New York Mets on Friday, July 18, at 7:10 p.m.
- $16 for one Upper-Infield Reserved seat (a $20 value)
- $35 for one Toyota Terrace Reserved seat (a $45 value)
- $52.50 for one Field Box Infield seat (a $66.50 value)
Against the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday, July 30, at 7:10 p.m.
- $17 for one Right-Field Lower Reserved seat (a $28.50 value)
- $38.50 for one Field Plaza seat (a $54 value)
- $45.50 for one Field Box Infield seat (a $63.50 value)
Against the Atlanta Braves on Sunday, August 3, at 1:10 p.m.
- $89 for one suite ticket (a $120 value) (no food or beverage included); click here to learn more about suites at Petco Park
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The Scouting Report
Padres pitchers have been a living nightmare for opposing hitters all season. The staff has compiled top-five numbers in several stats, including ERA and opponent’s batting average. This Friday, after the All Star break ends, the team returns to the field to begin the second half of its 2014 campaign. In the coming weeks, fans can watch the team clash with NL opponents, including the Braves on August 3. That game will follow Jr. Padres Photo Day from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., when kids can snap pictures with some of their favorite players on the field.
San Diego Padres
Since sprouting to existence in 1969, the Padres have rallied West Coast baseball fans with two National League pennants—most recently in 1998—and several Hall of Fame players, including base-hit machine Tony Gwynn. For 33 years, the club shared Qualcomm Stadium's turf with the San Diego Chargers; in 2004, the gates to Petco Park swung open. A celebration of the region's natural surroundings and cultural diversity, Petco Park enhances ballgames with views of the San Diego skyline and the reutilized façade of the Western Metal Supply Company building in the left-field corner, which faces the audience and houses a souvenir shop, a restaurant, and party suites. The stadium's right-centerfield area features "Park at the Park" seating—a grassy slope that rises above outfield walls, letting fans sprawl out and watch games for a reduced price.