Found February 13, 2014 on Bush League Chronicle:

Tracy McGrady wants back into the professional sports world. But he won't be attempting a comeback in the NBA. No, he wants into professional baseball, instead.Fortunately, the Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League were willing to give the former NBA All-Star a crack at baseball, namely as a pitcher.Seen here is McGrady showing off his mechanics during a recent 20-minute pitching session against hitters. According to onlookers, McGrady was throwing his fastball in the high 80s.Via Bleacher Report

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