FINAL
Wed. Aug 06
8 Skeeters
0 Revolution
FINAL
Thu. Aug 07
3 Skeeters
1 Revolution
FINAL
Fri. Aug 08
1 Skeeters
7 Revolution
FINAL
Sat. Aug 09
1 Skeeters
3 Patriots
FINAL
Sun. Aug 10
10 Skeeters
7 Patriots
FINAL
Mon. Aug 11
8 Skeeters
2 Patriots
FINAL
Tue. Aug 12
2 Skeeters
9 LI Ducks
FINAL
Wed. Aug 13
3 Skeeters
0 LI Ducks
FINAL
Thu. Aug 14
1 Skeeters
5 LI Ducks
FINAL
Fri. Aug 15
5 Riversharks
1 Skeeters
FINAL
Sat. Aug 16
7 Riversharks
5 Skeeters
FINAL
Sun. Aug 17
3 Riversharks
4 Skeeters
FINAL
Mon. Aug 18
4 Riversharks
9 Skeeters
FINAL
Tue. Aug 19
0 Riversharks
8 Skeeters
FINAL
Wed. Aug 20
1 Riversharks
0 Skeeters
FINAL
Thu. Aug 21
0 Blue Crabs
3 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Aug 22
7 Blue Crabs
0 Skeeters
FINAL
Sat. Aug 23
5 Blue Crabs
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Sun. Aug 24
8 Blue Crabs
4 Skeeters
FINAL
Tue. Aug 26
5 Skeeters
0 Riversharks
FINAL
Wed. Aug 27
7 Skeeters
3 Riversharks
FINAL
Thu. Aug 28
8 Skeeters
7 Riversharks
FINAL
Fri. Aug 29
10 Skeeters
2 Bluefish
FINAL
Sat. Aug 30
4 Skeeters
3 Bluefish
FINAL
Mon. Sep 01
13 Skeeters
4 Bluefish
FINAL
Tue. Sep 02
5 LI Ducks
3 Skeeters
FINAL
Wed. Sep 03
3 LI Ducks
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Thu. Sep 04
6 LI Ducks
5 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Sep 05
1 LI Ducks
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Sat. Sep 06
3 LI Ducks
4 Skeeters
FINAL
Sun. Sep 07
5 LI Ducks
6 Skeeters
FINAL
Tue. Sep 09
1 Skeeters
6 Revolution
FINAL
Wed. Sep 10
5 Skeeters
4 Revolution
FINAL
Thu. Sep 11
11 Skeeters
4 Revolution
FINAL
Fri. Sep 12
2 Skeeters
11 Lancaster
FINAL
Sat. Sep 13
9 Skeeters
7 Lancaster
FINAL
Sun. Sep 14
2 Skeeters
0 Lancaster
FINAL
Tue. Sep 16
6 Revolution
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Wed. Sep 17
1 Revolution
3 Skeeters
FINAL
Thu. Sep 18
1 Revolution
7 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Sep 19
1 Revolution
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Sat. Sep 20
5 Revolution
1 Skeeters
FINAL
Sun. Sep 21
2 Revolution
3 Skeeters
FINAL
Tue. Sep 23
5 Revolution
0 Skeeters
FINAL
Wed. Sep 24
2 Revolution
9 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Sep 26
2 Skeeters
3 Revolution
FINAL
Sat. Sep 27
1 Skeeters
0 Revolution
FINAL
Tue. Sep 30
10 Lancaster
6 Skeeters
FINAL
Wed. Oct 01
5 Lancaster
0 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Oct 03
7 Skeeters
8 Lancaster

SKEETERS SIGN TRACY McGRADY TO 2014 ROSTER

04/23/2014 2:26 PM -
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2014
MEDIA CONTACT: MJ Burns – (281) 207-9125
 
SKEETERS SIGN TRACY McGRADY TO 2014 ROSTER
Media Availability Tomorrow at 5 p.m. at Constellation Field; Right-handed Pitcher, Seven-time NBA All-Star Makes Club out of Spring Camp
 
SUGAR LAND, TX – The Sugar Land Skeeters of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball announced today that the club has signed right-handed pitcher and seven-time National Basketball Association All-Star Tracy McGrady to its 2014 roster.
 
Prior to Skeeters’ Opening Day ceremonies, McGrady will be available to the media on Thursday, April 24 at 5 p.m. at Constellation Field.
 
“It’s an honor to be a part of this club for the 2014 season,” said McGrady. “To be a part of the team means everything to me and it’s a dream come true. I look forward to coming to the ballpark not only to play the game but to be in the clubhouse building camaraderie with these guys. I am excited to start the journey we’re going to take this season.”
 
The 6-foot-8, right-handed pitcher officially reported to Spring camp last week and made his first scrimmage game appearance with the Skeeters against Alvin Community College on April 16. Through 1.0 inning of work, McGrady allowed one run on three hits with no walks and no strikeouts.
 
“We are excited about our team this season and having Tracy McGrady as a part of it,” said Skeeters Manager Gary Gaetti. “We’re also excited to see what unique opportunities this could present for us in putting a good product on the field and we look forward to Tracy helping us win some ball games.”
 
McGrady, 34, spent 16 years in the NBA with the Toronto Raptors (1997-2000), Orlando Magic (2000-04), Houston Rockets (2004-09), New York Knicks (2009-10), Detroit Pistons (2010-11) and Atlanta Hawks (2011-12). During that span, McGrady earned two scoring titles (2002-04), seven All-Star Game nominations (2001-07) and was named the NBA’s Most Improved Player in 2001. In 2013, McGrady retired with more than 18,000 points and 5,000 rebounds in his career.
 
Opening Day for the Sugar Land Skeeters is set for Thursday, April 24 at Constellation Field, with first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. The club will face the Atlantic League rival Lancaster Barnstormers for a four-game set (April 24-27) prior to the first road trip of the season visiting the Bridgeport Bluefish (April 30 – May 1) and the Camden Riversharks (May 2 -5).
 
Individual game tickets are on sale now for the Skeeters’ 2014 season at Constellation Field. For a complete promotional schedule, game times and information on how to purchase tickets for Opening Day, the Atlantic League All-Star Game, Independence Day Celebration and the rest of the 2014 season, please call 281-240-4487 or visit the team’s website at www.SugarLandSkeeters.com.
 
About the Sugar Land Skeeters
 
The Sugar Land Skeeters, who captured an all-time best Atlantic League record of 95-45 in 2013, are led by former Major Leaguer Gary Gaetti and will host the 2014 Atlantic League All-Star Game on July 16, 2014 at Constellation Field, a state-of-the-art stadium located just 20 minutes from downtown Houston.
 
The Skeeters play 140 regular season games (70 home, 70 away) in the Atlantic League, considered the highest level of Minor League Baseball. Atlantic League players are “Major League ready” and in the last 16 years, over 600 players have graduated from Atlantic League clubs to Major League organizations, making the League a preferred route for experienced players to be scouted by Major League Baseball.


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