Both posts are okay. Not to get picky but a lot of the entries on the top ten aren't really moments. Like Tony Gwynn isn't a moment. I agree that he is probably the best thing that ever happened to the Padres but I think you would have to choose Tony's finest moment to make it an even comparison.
Also instead of naming the 1996 season as a great moment. I would have named Chris Gwynn's double from the last game of the season as a great moment. The 1998 season and sweep by the Yankees shouldn't be listed as one of the worst moments. Perhaps Mark Langston's strike being called a ball and subsequent home run should have been listed instead.
Personally I favor on the field moments that mean something to the team and the game to those where players receive awards or reach milestones. That's just a personal opinion though.
Take a look at the lists for yourself and see if you agree or disagree.