San Diego Padres at Petco Park

Outfielder Carlos Quentin puts a fan on his shoulder before the game. On select Sundays, the Padres invite fans to take pictures with the players. 

Outfielder Carlos Quentin puts a fan on his shoulder before the game. On select Sundays, the Padres invite fans to take pictures with the players. 

Recruits and graduates of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego stand at attention before the game. At each home Sunday game, the Padres honor members of the military. 

Recruits and graduates of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego stand at attention before the game. At each home Sunday game, the Padres honor members of the military. 

The Western Metal Supply Company was built in 1909 as a warehouse for manufactured metal goods. Declared a historic landmark, the building was incorporated into the rest of the stadium design. The majority of the brick, wood and foundation remain intact and one corner of the building is now the left field foul pole. 

The Western Metal Supply Company was built in 1909 as a warehouse for manufactured metal goods. Declared a historic landmark, the building was incorporated into the rest of the stadium design. The majority of the brick, wood and foundation remain intact and one corner of the building is now the left field foul pole. 

A photo of Rickey Henderson, the all-time stolen base leader, hangs on the wall in Petco Park. 

A photo of Rickey Henderson, the all-time stolen base leader, hangs on the wall in Petco Park. 

Friar Blue encourages fans to cheer in the right field bleachers. The Friar is the team mascot and a small group of fans in the bleachers dress up as friars each game.

Friar Blue encourages fans to cheer in the right field bleachers. The Friar is the team mascot and a small group of fans in the bleachers dress up as friars each game.

The Park at the Park is an area in the right-centerfield concourse when fans can relax. 

The Park at the Park is an area in the right-centerfield concourse when fans can relax. 

Alexi Amarista shakes hands with a service member before the game as part of U.S. Army & Army National Guard Appreciation Day. Every Sunday home game, the Padres honor service members before the game and wear camouflage uniforms. 

Alexi Amarista shakes hands with a service member before the game as part of U.S. Army & Army National Guard Appreciation Day. Every Sunday home game, the Padres honor service members before the game and wear camouflage uniforms. 

Sitting in his customary left field seat, Harry the Heckler is one of the most prominent and dedicated hecklers in all of baseball. He attended his first game in 1961 and hasn't missed more than "a couple" games since 1996. 

Sitting in his customary left field seat, Harry the Heckler is one of the most prominent and dedicated hecklers in all of baseball. He attended his first game in 1961 and hasn't missed more than "a couple" games since 1996. 

Mike Bowman is a hobbyist card collector. He arrives early to most games with a book full of cards of former and current Padres players and coaches. The majority of the cards he gets signed will never have much value but he said he enjoys collecting the cards and often gives cards and balls away to fans. 

Mike Bowman is a hobbyist card collector. He arrives early to most games with a book full of cards of former and current Padres players and coaches. The majority of the cards he gets signed will never have much value but he said he enjoys collecting the cards and often gives cards and balls away to fans. 

Rene Rivera points to a fan that he wants to throw a ball to. 

Rene Rivera points to a fan that he wants to throw a ball to. 

Shortstop Everth Cabrera raises his hands after hitting the game-winning single in the 10th inning to beat the Braves. 

Shortstop Everth Cabrera raises his hands after hitting the game-winning single in the 10th inning to beat the Braves. 

From left, Des, Nathaniel, Nate and Havana celebrate. 

From left, Des, Nathaniel, Nate and Havana celebrate. 

Inside Club 19, a bar and restaurant named after "Mr. Padre," Tony Gwynn, eight silver bats line the wall. The bats represent the number of times Gwynn won the batting title. 

Inside Club 19, a bar and restaurant named after "Mr. Padre," Tony Gwynn, eight silver bats line the wall. The bats represent the number of times Gwynn won the batting title. 

After Tony Gwynn's death on June 16, the statue of Gwynn in the Park at the Park has become an unofficial memorial where fans bring flowers and memorabilia in his honor. 

After Tony Gwynn's death on June 16, the statue of Gwynn in the Park at the Park has become an unofficial memorial where fans bring flowers and memorabilia in his honor. 

Edgar and Caryl have been married for 47 years and have attended games together since then. Edgar used to come to Lane Field, a stadium made suitable for baseball by WPA workers in 1936, in the 1940s. 

Edgar and Caryl have been married for 47 years and have attended games together since then. Edgar used to come to Lane Field, a stadium made suitable for baseball by WPA workers in 1936, in the 1940s.