The Sportswrap Vault looks back to when Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was the catcher for the old Tidewater Tides.
The Sportswrap Vault goes back to 2009 when Jake Arrieta was an up and coming prospect playing for the Norfolk Tides.
The Columbus Clippers defeated the Norfolk Tides 5-2 in game one of their opening round playoff series.
For the first time in 10 years, the Norfolk Tides are headed to the playoffs.
Tides skipper Ron Johnson recently passed Gary Allenson for the most wins in team history.
The first place Norfolk Tides lost their third straight game, losing to the Columbus Clippers 4-3.
Henry Urrutia has spent the last two seasons with the Tides, got called up to Baltimore over the weekend and his first major league home run…
The Tides returned home with a 4-3 loss to Columbus, but Norfolk remains in first place in the International League South.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVY) – Ron Johnson earned his 285th win as manager for the Norfolk Tides, and moved into first place for most all-time. Nor…
An announced crowd of 3,575 at Harbor Park got to see one of the rarest plays in baseball.
Norfolk has now lost four of its last five games.
The Tides lost to Indianapolis 6-5 on SpongeBob SquarePants night at Harbor Park.
The Tides lost to Louisville 3-2 on Virginia Tech Hokies night at Harbor Park. Watch the video to hear what a former Hokie had to say about …
The Tides lost to Louisville 5-2 on Tuesday, SpongeBob SquarePants jersey night is coming on Friday.
The first-place Norfolk Tides have the best record in the International League as the trade deadlines approaches.