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Tides vs. Bats

May 20, 2018 @ 5:05 pm - 8:05 pm

The Oriole Bird, the official mascot and #1 fan of the Baltimore Orioles, will make the short flight south from Baltimore to join Rip Tide, Triton and everyone at Harbor Park for a fun afternoon of Tides baseball.

Sunday Funday has something for everyone. Kids can take pictures with costumed characters on the concourse. And everyone can feast on delicious Sunday brunch-inspired food and beverages at Harbor Park.

First 4,000 fans entering Harbor Park will receive a collectable photo of a Tides player courtesy of 97.3 The Eagle. Plus, the player featured in the photo will be scheduled to sign autographs on the concourse prior to the game – subject to change.

Exclusive photo session with a Tides player for Junior Tides members only. Call Markel Smith at 757-622-2222 Ext. 106 for information about how you can join the Junior Tides Kids Club presented by the Virginia Aquarium.

For more information about how you can participate in Norfolk Naval Shipyard Day at Harbor Park, contact John Muszkewycz at 757-622-2222 Ext. 107

Virginia529 rewards smart savers with fun discounts and perks such as free tickets (limit two per smart saver) to Sunday home games!

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Details

Date:
May 20, 2018
Time:
5:05 pm - 8:05 pm

Venue

Special Appearance by The Oriole Bird