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SAN DIEGO — A woman who went to see the San Diego Padres left as a brand new madre.

Petco Park announced that a baby boy was born during Thursday night’s game against the San Francisco Giants, the first in the ballpark’s 11-season history.

Capt. Joe Amador of the city’s Fire-Rescue Department tells the San Diego Union-Tribune (http://bit.ly/1KFDBNo) that the baby and mother were taken by ambulance from the park to Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center.

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Amador says firefighters had been called for pregnancy medical aid, but the park’s own medical system took care of the birth.

The Padres later tweeted that a great crowd of 31,137 enjoyed the game — not including the baby boy born around the third inning.

The Associated Press

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