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After a disappointing 2016, the San Diego Padres are looking for their winning formula to make a playoff run in 2017. In the difficult NL West, the Padres will need to be at their best to get a playoff spot. Make sure to check out Rukkus for the cheapest San Diego Padres tickets available and go to Petco Park for a game!

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What makes PETCO Park special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. PETCO Park is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice the direction in which the batter faces is unlike many other MLB stadiums, as the batter faces due north instead of the more usual northeast. This change of direction treats the fans to a distinct view of the San Diego Bay and the San Diego skyline beyond the left­field seats.

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2016 Padres Outlook

After struggling in 2015, the Padres are hoping they’ve found their answers in the new 2016 season. The Padres roster still possess a lot of talent including Matt Kemp, Jon Jay, and James Shields. The Padres are looking to kick off the 2016 season off strong that will hopefully give them momentum the entire season.

San Diego Padres Ticket Information

A trip to Petco Park for a San Diego Padres game is an amazing experience of fast-paced MLB action. The Padres are a terrific organization that delivers a fan-friendly environment to watch a great baseball game. The fan base is energetic and provides a fun atmosphere in the ballpark as their beloved team takes the field. Get your tickets today and be a part of the action!

The Padres are a talented young team that comes out with something to prove each and every game. Backed by a rowdy crowd of their home fans, every pitch is full of intensity. The “Pads” pitching staff takes down some of the best hitters the MLB has to offer. In the field, outstanding defensive plays are made regularly. The Padres also show off their power at the plate, crushing the ball over the fences of Petco Park. You have to be here to experience the thrill. Buy your tickets now!

While the Padres play outstanding baseball on the diamond, beautiful Petco Park continues to be a first-rate venue. Over 40,000 fans pack into Petco Park to loudly cheer on their Padres team. Baseball fans of all ages enjoy this stadium for its outstanding accommodations and fan-friendly environment. The sun is always shining for Padres baseball in gorgeous San Diego, California. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience!

You won’t be disappointed when you visit Petco Park for a San Diego Padres game. Fast-paced action, phenomenal stadium facilities, and a fan-friendly atmosphere are just part of the overall experience. The open-air ballpark overlooks the beautiful city of San Diego, and the weather is always perfect for baseball. Come be a part of the festivities as the Padres look to add another NL West pennant to their already impressive resume. Pick up your San Diego Padres tickets today!

San Diego Padres Bio

Tony Gwynn, Dave Winfield, Trevor Hoffman; even Randy Jones and, sadly, Ken Caminiti; these are the names that ring out in San Diego Padres history. The names ring louder and truer than the team’s success because, frankly, there hasn’t been much success.

The Padres joined Major League Baseball in 1969 as an expansion franchise. The start was sluggish, a result most expansion franchises encounter. Through its first six seasons, San Diego finished last in the division each year and never won more than 63 games. By the mid-1970s, slight improvements were showing up.

Randy Jones, whose number is retired by the Padres organization, won the Cy Young award in 1976 for a team that went just 73-89. He pitched 315.1 innings that year, leading the league. Jones would go on to become the only pitcher in MLB history to win a Cy Young and finish with a career losing record. SD still thought his number 35 was deserving of retirement.

The team finally topped .500 ball for the first time in 1978 on the back, or arm of Gaylord Perry. From there, it would be another six years yet before San Diego made it to the postseason. But 1984 was more than just a simple postseason berth. The team went 92-70, winning the NL West. It also went on to defeat the Chicago Cubs and win the National League pennant. The Padres ended up losing in the World Series to Detroit, but team history had been made.

However, the success was fleeting. The team would miss the postseason for the next 11 years. Not until the late 1990s would the Padres find success again. 1996 brought another division title but postseason loss. Bruce Bochy, the team’s all-time leader in managerial wins, won his first of two Manager of the Year awards as Padres’ head man. And Ken Caminiti won the only MVP award a Padres player has ever received.

Caminiti played four years for the Padres and is the team’s all-time leader in OPS. That MVP season, he hit a career-high 40 home runs and knocked in 130 RBI, 36 more than he had any other year of his career. His 1.028 OPS was the only time he topped even the .900-mark in a full season. 1996 is also the year most people point to as when Caminiti’s steroid use is most evident. He admitted publicly to using steroids in his MVP year as well as in others. But the performance-enhancing substances were the least of his worries. Caminiti also abused alcohol and hard drugs throughout his career. He eventually died in 2004 of a cocaine and heroin drug overdose. He was 41 years old.

While Caminiti’s MVP win and subsequent story muddy a season in retrospect, ’96 was the start of something special for the franchise. Just two years later, SD would have its best season in history.

The Padres would win another NL West title as they collected a franchise-record 98 regular-season wins. Another NL pennant would follow as well. The team unfortunately would run into the buzz saw that was the 1998 New York Yankees in the World Series. In the midst of their great run, the Yankees swept SD in the Series. Nevertheless, 1998 was the mountaintop thus far in team history.

Success can’t only be measured in wins and losses though. Tony Gwynn was a success any way you cut it even though he never won a title. A career Padre, Gwynn played 20 seasons in San Diego. He topped 3,000 career hits, 300 steals and has a .338 career batting average. Gwynn is one of only two players in the baseball Hall of Fame to go in as a Padre.

He is the greatest player in team history and holds pretty much every team batting record that isn’t power-driven. He made 15 All-Star games. In the strike-shortened 1994 season, Gwynn batted .394, the closest anyone’s ever come to .400 without getting there since the 1920s. Some call him the greatest hitter who ever lived, or at least the best of his generation. Mr. Padre died of cancer in 2014, three years after being elected into the Hall of Fame.

Gwynn wasn’t the only historic Padre though. There was also Trevor Hoffman, number two on baseball’s all-time saves list, and of course, Dave Winfield, the other Padre in the Hall of Fame.

Winfield was a specimen of an athlete in multiple sports other than baseball. He was also one of the best right fielders in the game. Although he played longer as a Yankee than a Padre (nine years versus eight years), Winfield went into the Hall of Fame as a member of San Diego in 2001.

It is hard to think back on these players for fans of the team because there hasn’t been much to celebrate since these guys left. Of course, ownership is trying to change that this year. In the offseason between 2014 and 2015, San Diego and new general manager A.J. Preller went to work. The most active team in the league, the Padres retooled and revamped a broken offense, which is no small feat playing in the spacious Petco Park.

They added power bats in trades and free agency, as well as some pitching help. Justin Upton, Matt Kemp, Wil Myers, Will Middlebrooks, Derek Norris, Craig Kimbrel and James Shields were all brought in to give the team life and notability. Through the season’s first month, results have been mixed, but things take time to develop. Many of the new acquisitions had great Aprils, but the team sits right around .500.

In San Diego’s past, it has shown lots of patience. It was a long time between postseason berths and even longer between league pennants. And it has been literally forever since the team has won it all. But for the first time recently, the pressure is on San Diego. The team pushed its chips to middle of the table for the 2015 season. Hopefully the gamble pays off.

San Diego Padres Lineup

  • R.J. Alvarez
  • Joaquin Benoit
  • Blaine Boyer
  • Leonel Campos
  • Andrew Cashner
  • Odrisamer Despaigne
  • Robbie Erlin
  • Frank Garces
  • Jesse Hahn
  • Josh Johnson DL60
  • Casey Kelly DL60
  • Ian Kennedy
  • Cory Luebke DL60
  • Juan Oramas
  • Kevin Quackenbush
  • Donn Roach
  • Tyson Ross
  • Keyvius Sampson
  • Burch Smith
  • Tim Stauffer
  • Eric Stults
  • Dale Thayer
  • Alex Torres
  • Nick Vincent
  • Joe Wieland
  • Yasmani Grandal
  • Adam Moore
  • Rene Rivera
  • Yonder Alonso DL60
  • Alexi Amarista
  • Everth Cabrera DL15
  • Jake Goebbert
  • Jedd Gyorko
  • Ryan Jackson DL60
  • Tommy Medica
  • Jace Peterson
  • Yangervis Solarte
  • Cory Spangenberg
  • Abraham Almonte
  • Jeff Francoeur
  • Reymond Fuentes
  • Rymer Liriano
  • Cameron Maybin
  • Carlos Quentin DL60
  • Seth Smith
  • Will Venable

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Cheap San Diego Padres Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves — 08/31/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$1.00 San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers — 07/09/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$1.00 San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves — 09/01/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/21/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants — 04/27/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 San Diego Padres at St. Louis Cardinals — 07/20/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$2.00 San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves — 08/30/2016
Turner Field; Atlanta, GA
$2.00 San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants — 05/24/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants — 04/26/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 San Diego Padres at Cincinnati Reds — 06/26/2016
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH

Best and Most Expensive San Diego Padres Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$923.00San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/01/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$372.00San Diego Padres at Colorado Rockies — 04/08/2016
Coors Field; Denver, CO
$170.00San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers — 04/06/2015
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$145.00Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres — 05/05/2018
Petco Park; San Diego, CA
$92.00San Diego Padres at Pittsburgh Pirates — 08/05/2017
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$91.00San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres — 04/11/2015
Petco Park; San Diego, CA
$90.00Spring Training: Kansas City Royals at San Diego Padres — 03/04/2016
Peoria Sports Complex; Peoria, AZ
$90.00Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels at San Diego Padres — 03/27/2016
Peoria Sports Complex; Peoria, AZ
$88.00Spring Training: San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants — 03/07/2015
Scottsdale Stadium; Scottsdale, AZ
$80.00San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers — 05/23/2015
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA