Norfolk Tides Schedule
Harbor Park in Norfolk, Virginia is sure to be absolutely filled to the brim with passion
and intensity all season long, as the Norfolk Tides have another talented squad and have aspirations of making a big move
up the divisional standings this season. Come out and see the Tides do their thing and you'll be glad that you're not anywhere
else, as this is a team brimming over with the stars of both today and tomorrow, making the stands the only place to be if
you're looking for action. When the Tides are in the middle of a nail-biter, you'll see that Triple-A baseball is absolutely
filled with talent and possibilities, making it the perfect sporting event that will be fun for the whole family.
one look at the schedule and you'll see what all the buzz is about, as this is a team that routinely plays the very best teams
in Minor League Baseball as they look to pile up the wins and give their fans memorable seasons of action. From veterans trying
to add to their game to rising stars looking to make a name for themselves, this is a team that has plenty of stars who can
do it all, guaranteeing an exciting brand of baseball that is sure to be talked about all over town. The Tides, as the affiliate
of the Baltimore Orioles, are always having some great players come through their roster, and that's a tradition not likely
to slow down any time in the near future.
Norfolk Tides Team Info
Currently the Norfolk Tides are affiliated
with the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball, although over their more than 100 years of history the team has been
affiliated with several other MLB organizations including the Phillies, White Sox, Cardinals and A's. Success has come often
for the Norfolk Tides as they have won a class title, five league titles, and seven division titles, showing that they do
a lot more than just pack the stands with passionate fans on a regular basis.
Several notable MLB players have played
for the Tides in the past including Lenny Dykstra, Mike Piazza, Dwight Gooden, Darryl Strawberry, Miguel Tejada and many more.
Be sure to check out this year's Norfolk Tides team to see what future Hall of Famers are taking the field at Harbor Park
this season. With the Tides looking to put together another great season loaded with exciting games that go down to the wire,
the ballpark is the perfect place to be all season long.
As you file out of the stadium
after the last out you likely will already be wanting to start making plans for your next visit to the ballpark, as this is
the type of experience that is always loaded with passion and energy, not to mention twists, turns and bench-gripping moments
that will have you at the edge of your seat. No matter how many options there are to see big-time sports, it still doesn't
get any better than professional baseball, and these guys know a thing or two about lighting up the scoreboard and putting
together a big win that will energize their fan base. When your favorite player is strolling to the plate with the game on
the line, it still doesn't get any better than pro baseball.
Norfolk Tides History
Traditionally the Norfolk
Tides have been the affiliate of the New York Mets, though in 2007 the Tides became the farm team of the Baltimore Orioles.
The Tides have won the championship of the International League, the Governors' Cup, five times, and have put together plenty
of other intense seasons as well. Norfolk's glory days were in the 1980s when they appeared in the series five times in seven
years ('82-'88). With plenty of superstars coming through their roster over the years, you never know when you're going to
see the next all-time great.
Norfolk Tides Trivia
When did the Tides put together their first league title?
answer is 1972, and the Tides liked it so much that they followed it up with another title in 1975.
The Tides play their home games at Harbor Park, which has a capacity of more than 12,000 screaming Tides fans
for the most anticipated ball games of the season. But you're way off if you think that home games are the only way to truly
appreciate the Tides, as you also have a schedule filled with top-tier road matchups that you won't want to get left out of.
When the game is still up in the air and both teams are looking to put together some clutch hits to pull down a big win, the
energy from the stands is sure to be nothing short of unbelievable, but you're not going to figure that out sitting at home
wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.