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SAN DIEGO —  A baby boy was delivered by a nurse at Petco Park during Thursday’s game between the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants.

Jaime Stiles told FOX 5 she began having contractions around 4:30 p.m. Thursday, but she and her mother Estelle still decided to go to the 6 o’clock game. The women didn’t even make it to their seats.

As the Padres and Giants finished the third inning, Stiles was wrapping up the miracle of childbirth on a gurney at the park’s Palm Court Plaza.  A nurse assisted with the unexpected delivery.

“My birth plan was to go with it, but honestly I didn’t really plan on that type of go with it,” said Stiles. “They took me out and everybody was cheering it was really kind of funny.”

Medics transported the newborn and the proud mother to Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center for further treatment.

The infant, named Levi, was the first baby born at Petco Park since it opened in 2004.

“I think he’s going to be a baseball player,” the new mother said. “He is 6 pounds 14 ounces, 20 and a half inches long and perfect.”

Baby Levi is definitely receiving a warm welcome from everyone. Petco Park and the Padres welcomed Levi with a tweet following his arrival and the Friar brought goodies for their newest fan.

For now, baby Levi will enjoy getting to know his older brother, Gracen and there’s no doubt he’ll be donning a Padres’ jersey with pride when he tells people the story about the day he came into this world.