San Diego is staying classy and staying spooky.
Although the Padres moved out of Qualcomm Stadium — now the home of the San Diego Chargers — after the 2003 season, their dugout somehow remains intact. Only now, the overhead lights, long bench and dusty dugout phones are buried beneath the bleachers, serving no purpose other than to spark conversations that sports-themed haunted houses should exist.
Constructed in 1967, the ballpark saw two World Series and two All-Star games before the baseball team packed it in and moved 15 minutes away to their brand new stadium, Petco Park.
Check out the strange sight that is surely haunted in the photo below.
The Padres dugout at Qualcomm Stadium still exists, however, it is buried under seats added for the Chargers. http://t.co/KqHgQYBS0R—
Ballpark History (@MLBcathedrals) November 18, 2013