The first-place Norfolk Tides have the best record in the International League as the trade deadlines approaches.
The largest home crowd this season came out to watch the Norfolk Tides meet the Durham Bulls.
At 17 games over .500, the Tides are having one of their best seasons in years.
The Tides squandered a one-run, ninth inning lead against the Charlotte Knights, losing the game 5-4, and its hold on first place.
Former ODU star guard Kent Bazemore, now with the Atlanta Hawks, through out the first pitch.
Dariel Alvarez’s hit in the bottom of the ninth sending the Tides to a 4-3 win over the Charlotte Knights.
Mike Wright had one of the best Major League debuts in Orioles history, and now is looking for consistency with the Norfolk Tides.
Tides pitcher Mike Wright pitched well in a rain-shortened game on Friday, and he’s hoping to be back in Baltimore.
For the second time in three days, the Tides celebrate a dramatic win.
The Tides took a tie game into the seventh inning before the Knights capitalized on relief pitcher Jorge Rondon’s off night.
The Tides gave up a 4-0 lead, but ended up celebrating a walk-off win off the bat of first baseman Christian Walker.
For two games every season, fans tend to fill the concession stands at Harbor Park.
The Tides returned to Harbor Park for a seven-game home stand with a 4-3 win over the Phillies AAA affiliate.
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters and pitcher Bud Norris put on Tides uniforms on Wednesday night.
Even with Steve Clevenger’s unstoppable hitting performance, things really didn’t get interesting until the eighth inning.