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Tracy McGrady Retires from Baseball

Tracy McGrady if you have not been following, recently has tried his hand at pro baseball. He was signed by the Sugarland Skeeters of the Atlantic League. A highly competitive baseball league outside of the MLB. He was a 2 sport athlete in college, basketball and baseball. He started their all-star game and got a strikeout and allowed 1 run over 1 1/3 innings and then announced this...
Via TopSportsReport
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady call it quits, retires from baseball

Tracy McGrady is best known for being a basketball player, a great one at that. He played 15 years, averaging nearly 20 points per game, but retirement didn't sit to well with him. He had a dream to play professional baseball. Far-fetched yes, but the independent Sugar Land Skeeters saw an opportunity and ran with it. McGrady worked with Roger Clemens and was even clocked...
Via The GM's Perspective
13 days ago  |  Discuss

McGrady Retires From Baseball After Strike Out

((HT: Sugar Land Skeeters/ESPN))Tracy McGrady wanted to see if he could be a professional pitcher... The Atlantic League's Sugar Land Skeeters gave him a shot of figuring out how to do it on the fly. He started four games on pitch counts and even made it to the Atlantic League All-Star Game.His stats really didn't matter- an ERA of almost 7 in limited innings, but he got...
Via Online Sports Guys
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady retires from baseball after recording first career strikeout

Tracy McGrady retired from professional baseball on Wednesday after recording the first strikeout of his career. McGrady, who was a 7-time All-Star during a 15-season NBA career, began a secondary career as a pro baseball player this year. A high school pitcher who called baseball his first love, T-Mac worked with coaches on his pitching […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Knicks star Tracy McGrady retires from pro baseball

Former NBA star Tracy McGrady took the mound. He struck out his first batter. In a minor league All-Star game. And then retired from professional baseball. That’s right, in case you missed it, the former Houston Rockets and New York Knicks All-Star has caught on with an independent league professional baseball team in Texas. McGrady had a 6.75 ERA in 6.2 innings for the Sugar Land...
Via The Sports Bank
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-NBA star Tracy McGrady retires from baseball after first strikeout

Tracy McGrady's baseball career didn't last long. The former NBA star made his first professional strikeout with the Sugar Land Skeeters at the Atlantic League All-Star Game on Wednesday. And that was good enough for him 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,...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-NBA star Tracy McGrady retires from baseball after first strikeout

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. "...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady 'retires' from baseball after first strikeout

As we've noted before, former NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady tried his hand at pitching this season for the Sugar Land Skeeters (Independent league, not affiliated with MLB). And now he's announced that he's retiring. McGrady's final outing came in the Atlantic League All-Star Game, in which he threw 1 1/3 innings. He struck out his final batter, the first punchout of...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Goodbye, baseball: Tracy McGrady throws strikeout and calls it a career

At least the former NBA star ended his short-lived baseball career on a high note. 
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady Retires From Baseball After Recording First, Only Strikeout

Tracy McGrady’s days as a professional baseball player have come to an end. The former NBA star, who signed with the Sugar Land Skeeters in April, hung up the cleats on Wednesday after he started the Atlantic League’s All-Star Game. McGrady pitched 1 1/3 innings, striking out the last batter he faced, which also happened to be the only K of the 35-year-old’s baseball career...
Via NESN.com
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady retires from baseball after pitching first career strikeout

(Credit: Bleacher Report) Former NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady signed on to pitch for the Atlantic League’s Sugar Land Skeeters last February. His struggles were well documented, T-Mac notched a lackluster 6.75 ERA while serving up a plethora of easy hits and wild pitches. In a nice gesture, McGrady was given a spot on the Atlantic League’s All-Star team this week, and things immediately...
Via Sports-Kings
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady retires from baseball, yes baseball.

Tracy McGrady recently has tried his hand at pro baseball. He was signed by the Sugarland Skeeters of the Atlantic League. A highly competitive baseball league outside of the MLB. He started their all-star game and got a strikeout and allowed 1 run over 1 1/3 innings and then announced this would be his last game. He started 4 games this year for the team, struggling to say the least...
Via Route4Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady starts minor league All-Star Game, retires

TweetTracy McGrady‘s pro basketball career may have ended sooner than he would have liked due to numerous injuries, but as a consolation he was able to exit pro baseball on his own terms. McGrady, an 11-time NBA All-Star, retired from baseball after registering his first career strikeout, in the minor league all-star game no less. T-Mac struck out the last batter he faced, Atlantic...
Via Los That Sports Blog
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady Retires From Baseball After Recording The First Strikeout Of His Career

Sugar Land Skeeters pitcher Tracy McGrady (better known as T-Mac, one of the best small forwards of the early 2000s) started the Atlantic League All-Star Game yesterday. He pitched 1.1 innings and struck out the final batter that he faced. It was McGrady’s first strikeout of his brief baseball career and it will be his last. With that single “K”, McGrady can retire in peace...
Via Next Impulse Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

NBA Free Agency: Will the Chicago Bulls Strike Out Again?

Since the Michael Jordan era ended the Chicago Bulls have looked to fill the void of No.23. The Bulls have been fortunate to have good NBA drafts, but in free agency, not so much. The bad luck of the Bulls free agency run began in the year 2000 as the team was in hot pursuit of a then 20 year old Tracy McGrady. During that off-season the Bulls seemed as if they were the front runner...
Via The Front Office News
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady to Carmelo: ‘Go to Chicago buddy’

Tracy McGrady was once pursued by the Chicago Bulls, and has also once played for Tom Thibodeau. So when the 7-time All-Star was asked about his thoughts on the Anthony-Bulls rumors, McGrady played the role of recruiter. Quotes taken from this CSN Chicago piece, have T-Mac pushing Melo to sign with Chicago. “I would like […]
Via Full Scale Sports
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady thinks that Carmelo Anthony should join Chicago Bulls

Earlier today, we posted an ESPN poll where people voted that Carmelo Anthony was most likely to join the Chicago Bulls. Now, you can add former NBA star Tracy McGrady to the list after he spoke today that he think Carmelo should join the Bulls. McGrady in video from CSN Chicago states that Melo would be the perfect fit: “I would like to see Melo in a Chicago Bulls uniform because...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Tracy McGrady says Carmelo Anthony Should Go To The Bulls

Tracy McGrady passed on the Chicago Bulls as a free agent several years ago, but now he believes one of the NBA’s best scorers would flourish in the Windy City. McGrady told CSN Chicago that Carmelo Anthony should sign with the Bulls. “I would like to see Melo in a Chicago Bulls uniform because it’s tailor-made for him to just fit in. Only thing they’re missing is a scorer...
Via Thacover2
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady says Carmelo Should Go To The Bulls (Video)

Tracy McGrady passed on the Chicago Bulls as a free agent several years ago, but now he believes one of the NBA’s best scorers would flourish in the Windy City. McGrady told CSN Chicago that Carmelo Anthony should sign with the Bulls. “I would like to see Melo in a Chicago Bulls uniform because it’s tailor-made for him to just fit in. Only thing they’re missing is a scorer...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady Makes Second Start

It wasn’t as highly publicized as his debut two weeks ago, but Tracy McGrady’s second start Thursday night was far more successful. On the eve of his 35th birthday, the seven-time NBA All-Star threw two and two-thirds scoreless innings for the Sugar Land Skeeters, allowing just one hit and four walks against the York Revolution.  He threw 58 pitches, 28 for strikes. So far,...
Via Hall of Very Good
May 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady’s ERA Is 10.80

    Congratulations to former NBA stud Tracy McGrady for making his professional baseball debut last night as the starting pitcher for the…
Via Busted Coverage
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady Makes Regular Season Pitching Debut, Gives Up Homer (Video)

Tracy McGrady finally realized his dream of pitching in a regular season pro baseball game. It didn’t quite go the way he planned. The former NBA star-turned-pitching-prospect got the start on the mound on Saturday for the Sugar Land Skeeters in their regular season matchup against the Somerset Patriots, just over two weeks after making the team’s official opening day roster...
Via NESN.com
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady takes loss in debut

Although he took the loss in his professional debut as a baseball pitcher, former NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady said Saturday it was "gratifying" to get on the mound Saturday night for the Sugar Land Skeeters. McGrady allowed two hits and two runs in 1 2/3 innings. The 34-year-old right-hander threw 35 pitches with 18 strikes and walked two in the 5-3 loss to the Somerset...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady Makes Baseball Debut

Tracy McGrady’s professional pitching debut began with a called strike. After that, he probably didn’t fair much better than any of us would. The 34-year-old took the mound Saturday for the Sugarland Skeeters and gave up two runs in an inning and two-thirds in a 5-3 loss to the Somerset Patroits. The seven-time NBA All-Star threw 35 pitches with 18 strikes and walked a pair in...
Via Hall of Very Good
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Tracy McGrady makes season debut for Sugar Land Skeeters (Video)

Back when former NBA All-Star and scoring champion Tracy McGrady made his intentions of making a go of professional baseball known, there was no guarantee he would make a regular season roster. In his first appearance with the Sugar Land Skeeters, a scrimmage against Alvin Community College, McGrady surrendered three hits and one run in […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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