Tracy McGrady's baseball didn't last long.
The former NBA star made his first career strikeout with the Sugar Land Skeeters at the Atlantic League All-Star Game on Wednesday.
And that was all as he rode off into the sunset after 1 1/3 innings with the ball from his one and only "K."
"That is definitely going in the trophy case," he told CBS Houston. "I told some of the guys that I am going to get a strikeout before I stop playing. I got it in the second inning. Thank you Jesus."
McGrady debuted with the Skeeters in April and made four regular season starts with a 6.23 ERA.
"It has been a tremendous ride," he said. "It is my last game today. I informed the team this would be my last outing and I appreciate them giving me this opportunity to start the game and enjoy this great mid-summers classic.
The seven-time NBA All-Star retired from basketball last August after a 17-year career. He never had much success in the playoffs, but came close to being a part of a championship team on th...