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Another Batter Catches Ball After HBP, Throws It Back To Pitcher Another Batter Catches Ball After HBP, Throws It Back To Pitcher

Just days after we watched Arizona State’s Johnny Sewald catch his own hit by pitch, it happened again last night as Norfolk Tides outfielder Dariel Álvarez snagged Manny Delcarmen’s errant pitch and returned it back to the former Red Sox hurler himself.

Quintin Berry Gets Ejected, Runs Bases, Slides Into Home Quintin Berry Gets Ejected, Runs Bases, Slides Into Home

If you've been wondering what happened to Quintin Berry, the guy who stole some bases for the Detroit Tigers that one time, here is your answer: he's playing Triple-A ball for the Norfolk Tides and just not giving a fuck.

Straight From 1984, Here's The Disco Version Of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" That Never Quite Caught On Straight From 1984, Here's The Disco Version Of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" That Never Quite Caught On

A reader named Brian, presumably going through his old VHS tapes, has been uploading a number of old Virginia news broadcasts. He sent along this one, a 1984 broadcast from Hampton Roads station WAVY-10, about the Tidewater Tides (then the Mets AAA affiliate) and a local band trying to update the stodgy old…

Minor League Mascot Eats It In ATV Crash Minor League Mascot Eats It In ATV Crash

Rip Tide, blue fursuited embodiment of the Triple A Norfolk Tides, was out for his usual four-wheeler cruise around the stadium when he took the right field turn a little too sharp. Rip Tide was unharmed but embarrassed (especially when he couldn't get his ATV running again), and I think The Oriole Bird's big league…

The D Train Is Off The Rails: Dontrelle Willis Goes AWOL From Orioles' AAA Team The D Train Is Off The Rails: Dontrelle Willis Goes AWOL From Orioles' AAA Team

Look at that tall left-handed man up there. Does he look happy to you? Or does he look like an irritated guest of that cartoon bird?

Where Business Is Always Good Where Business Is Always Good

Former major leaguer and current AAA coach Richie Hebner still digs graves and drives a hearse in the offseason. Good thing he's in the Orioles organization; he can dispose of Garrett Atkins's career. [Detroit News]

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