The team announced the suspension of the Saturday night game between the San Diego Padres and the Washington Nationals after shooting was reported outside Nationals Park. The team said the shooting took place outside the third base gate, halting play in the sixth game and leading to moments of panic inside the stadium. Four people were injured in the shooting, according to the Metropolitan Metro Police Department, and gunshots were heard from inside the stadium, leading to moments of panic. After hearing the gunshots, the players from the Padres family summoned the family to their hideout to take cover at the lowest level of the stadium. The shooting also prompted fans to take cover inside the stadium, according to multiple eyewitness accounts posted on social media. The game will resume Sunday at 1:05 p.m., before the scheduled final of the three-game series for teams, and the Metropolitan Police reported that the shooting took place on N Street and South Capitol Street Southeast, just outside the left corner of the stadium. Several minutes later, message boards and advertisements inside the stadium asked fans to leave through the midfield gates. MPD spokesperson Dustin Sternbeck told USA TODAY Sports that two gunshot victims were found and treated at the scene. Shortly thereafter, Sternbeck said, two additional victims entered the area hospital with gunshot wounds.