The Norfolk Tides announced today that the Baltimore Orioles will play an exhibition game at Harbor Park on Saturday, March 29. Presented by BB&T, the game will feature the Orioles taking on the Tides, with first pitch scheduled for 3:05 pm.
"We are extremely excited that the Orioles will once again be showcasing their talent at Harbor Park this spring" said Tides President Ken Young. "Baltimore has been such a great partner for us, and this is just another example of the dedication the Orioles have to the Tides organization and the Hampton Roads community."
"We are excited to once again complete our spring training season in Norfolk" said Orioles Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette. "The Hampton Roads area has been very supportive of our organization and we are pleased to have the opportunity to play in front of our fans at Harbor Park."
Tickets for the event will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, March 8 at 10 am, with box seats available for $25 and reserved seats available for $22. Tides season ticket holders and corporate sponsors will receive notification regarding early ticket purchase possibilities. Fans will be able to purchase tickets online via norfolktides.com, in person at the Harbor Park box office, at Ticketmaster outlets, or via telephone at 1-800-745-3000.
This will be Baltimore's fourth appearance at Harbor Park since the Tides became the club's Triple-A affiliate in 2007. Harbor Park hosted exhibition games between the Orioles and Washington Nationals in 2007 and 2009, while the Orioles and Tides squared off prior to the 2012 season.
The Tides open their 2014 regular season at Harbor Park on Thursday, April 3 with a four-game series against division rival Charlotte. Season tickets, group tickets, picnics and patios are currently available for the 2014 season. For pricing and additional information, stop by the Harbor Park Box Office, visit norfolktides.com or call (757) 622-2222.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.