The naming of PETCO Park, as you may expect, was developed through an agreement between the Padres and PETCO. The agreement calls for $2.7 million each year through 2026, in exchange for the naming rights to this new facility.
The San Diego Padres, after having left Jack Murphy Stadium, now call PETCO Park their permanent home. It's modern design consists of stucco, brick and steel. As fans approach this baseball-only stadium, they are greeted by a palm court, jacaranda trees and water falls. Inside the park, fans can shop the team store for official merchandise and other Padres memorabilia. Just outside the stadium is a 'Park at the Park,' which is an elevated grass lawn seating park. Fans can enjoy the game, from this quaint location, for a small fee.