The Baltimore Orioles will return to Harbor Park in March for an exhibition game with the Norfolk Tides.
The baseball season in Hampton Roads has officially come to a close.
A legal standoff between two local sports teams is playing out in federal court.
Former Hickory High School star David Wright is scheduled to play DH for the Mets Class-A team.
Veteran Tides infielder Paul Janish plans to retire after the season to coach at his alma mater.
The Tides owned one of the worst records in the league through much of the first half of the season.
Three different plays by the Norfolk Tides were featured on ESPN’s Top Ten Plays in less than one week.
Mike Yastrzemski of the Tides is developing a habit of making highlight reel defensive plays.
Down to their last out, the Tide escape Pawtucket, thanks to the heroics of Pedro Alvarez in the ninth.
Norfolk Tides announcer Pete Michaud is getting the weekend call up to the Baltimore Orioles.
The former ODU pitcher gave up just three hits in seven scoreless innings to best his former UVA rival.
The Tides gave a big home crowd something to cheer for, other than post-game fireworks.
A night a the ball park wasn’t the only reason thousands flocked to Harbor Park.
Xavier Avery, who played for Norfolk in 2012, 2013 and most of last season, hit two home runs to send his former team home with a loss.
The Tides defeated the Durham Bulls 4-3 after a 12-inning battle on Sunday.