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.
A near-record crowd watched the Tides play their last Saturday home game of the season.
The former UVA basketball star delivered the first pitch, but the Tides couldn’t deliver a win on UVA Night.
The Tides defeated the Gwinnett Braves 2-1 on Tuesday night at Harbor Park.
Tides pitching coach Mike Griffin joined Bruce Rader on WAVY New 10 at 6.
Joe Gunkel pitched seven innings of shutout baseball in the Tides 1-0 win over Columbus.
Shawn Morimando from his Virginia Beach made his Harbor Park on Wednesday and that was bad news for the Tides.
The Tides ended Adam Plutko’s bid for a perfect game in the 8th inning as Norfolk rallied for a 2-1 win over Columbus.
L.J. Hoes saw an opportunity, and made the most of it.
Madi O’Hara couldn’t contain her emotion when she saw who was catching the first pitch.