The Tides defeated the Durham Bulls 4-3 after a 12-inning battle on Sunday.
The Tides scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, capped off by Johnny Giavotella’s game-winning double.
It was Old Dominion night at Friday’s Tides game and Trey Freeman was the man of the hour.
Big league veteran Pedro Alvarez is playing for the Norfolk Tides as he tries to learn a new position for the first time in his career.
The Tides celebrated Harbor Park’s 25th opening day with a 3-0 win over Gwinnett, while the late Dave Rosenfield was remembered.
Longtime local broadcaster Pete Michaud is the newest member of the Norfolk Admirals Hall of Fame.
The Norfolk Tides-Baltimore Orioles relationship may have other teams jealous according to O’s skipper Buck Showalter.
The Tides will open their season on Thursday at Charlotte.
The severe weather took a break just in time for the Orioles and Tides to squeeze in a game at Harbor Park on Friday.
Norfolk Tides officials are hopeful rain won’t hinder tomorrow’s scheduled exhibition against the Baltimore Orioles.
Family, friends and colleagues shared their memories of Dave Rosenfield at Harbor Park.
Honored as “The King of Baseball” in 2004, Rosenfield served as general manager of the Norfolk Tides from 1963 to 2011.
One of the most well-known and respected sports figures in Hampton Roads history has passed away.
The Norfolk Tides will be celebrating their 25th year of baseball in Downtown Norfolk for the upcoming season.
The Norfolk Tides announced that they will play the Baltimore Orioles in an exhibition game at Harbor Park on Friday, March 31.