FINAL
Wed. Jul 23
3 Lancaster
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Thu. Jul 24
1 Skeeters
6 Blue Crabs
FINAL
Fri. Jul 25
6 Skeeters
3 Blue Crabs
FINAL
Sat. Jul 26
1 Skeeters
5 Blue Crabs
FINAL
Sun. Jul 27
3 Skeeters
9 Riversharks
FINAL
Mon. Jul 28
7 Skeeters
5 Riversharks
FINAL
Tue. Jul 29
9 Skeeters
3 Riversharks
FINAL
Wed. Jul 30
0 Bluefish
17 Skeeters
FINAL
Thu. Jul 31
3 Bluefish
6 Skeeters
FINAL
Fri. Aug 01
7 Bluefish
5 Skeeters
FINAL
Sat. Aug 02
3 Bluefish
4 Skeeters
FINAL
Sun. Aug 03
0 Bluefish
2 Skeeters
FINAL
Mon. Aug 04
3 Bluefish
5 Skeeters
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
Tue. Sep 16
7:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Wed. Sep 17
6:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Thu. Sep 18
7:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Fri. Sep 19
7:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Sat. Sep 20
6:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Sun. Sep 21
2:05 PM
Revolution
Skeeters
Tue. Sep 23
TBA
Skeeters
Skeeters
Wed. Sep 24
TBA
Skeeters
Skeeters
Thu. Sep 25
TBA
Skeeters
Skeeters
Fri. Sep 26
TBA
Skeeters
Skeeters
Sat. Sep 27
12:00 PM
Skeeters
Skeeters

McGRADY MAKES DEBUT IN SKEETERS 5-3 LOSS

05/10/2014 8:48 PM -
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Somerset          1      1      1      0       0      1      0      0      1         5         7         2
Sugar Land       0      0      0      0       0      1      2      0      0         3         7         0
 
WP: M. Zielinski (2-0)
LP: T. McGrady (0-1)
S: J. Hunton (3)
Time: 2:45
Attd: 7,701
 
A Saturday night, sellout crowd of 7,701 packed Constellation Field tonight to witness Sugar Land baseball history, as right-handed pitcher Tracy McGrady made his professional debut for the Skeeters against Somerset. The Patriots plated three runs over the first three frames and despite a Skeeters offensive rally in the seventh, Sugar Land was defeated, 5-3, in Game 5 of the six-game series.
 
McGrady (1.2,2,2,2,2,0) threw 1.2 innings in the start, allowing two runs on two hits to receive with the loss. In the first inning, McGrady fired in a strike for his first pitch and retired three of his six batters faced, allowing one run on 26 total pitches. The 6-foot-8 righty came back in the second and with the help of his teammates, seated the first batter on a groundout to short. Somerset’s Edwin Maysonet connected for a solo home run off the left field foul pole to put one run on the board, before catcher Adam Donachie popped out on a fly ball to center field. Held to a limited pitch count, McGrady was then relieved by Houston native Clint Everts to finish the inning. McGrady threw a total of 35 pitches tonight, with 18 counting for strikes.
 
First baseman Delwyn Young (1x3, HR) knocked a homer to left field in the sixth, kick-starting a late offensive rally for Sugar Land. In the seventh, catcher Koby Clemens (1x4, R) reached on a line drive up the middle and moved to second on a Dominic Ramos (2x3, R) walk in the next at-bat. Center fielder Michael Rockett (0x3) then put down a sacrifice bunt, which was overthrown by Patriots’ pitcher Mike Solbach to bring Clemens around to score. Left fielder Rusty Ryal (1x4, RBI) drove in Ramos on a fielder’s choice before DH Nick Stavinoha (0x4) grounded out, narrowing Somerset’s lead to 4-3.
 
Everts (5.1,2,2,2,4,3) allowed just two hits over his 5.1 innings before handing the ball over to right-hander Brian Broderick (1.0,1,0,0,0,1) in the eighth. Lefty Ben Kozlowski (0.1,0,0,0,0,0) made his second appearance of the series and retired his only batter faced before Roy Corcoran (0.2,2,1,1,0,0) was called upon to close out the ninth.
 
With his multi-hit game tonight, Ramos is now hitting at a team-high .414 clip on the season. Third baseman Travis Scott (1x4) also returned to action tonight and owns a .379 average, while Ryal now ties Scott for a team-leading nine RBI in the club’s first 15 games.
 
For complete box scores of tonight’s game, please visit www.SugarLandSkeeters.com.
 
Up Next:
 
Join the Sugar Land Skeeters as they celebrate Mother’s Day tomorrow (May 11) at Constellation Field. The Skeeters’ Sunday finale against the Somerset Patriots begins at 2:05 p.m., with a special Mother’s Day Brunch in the Insperity Club, set for 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. For brunch ticket information, fans are encouraged to visit SugarLandSkeeters.com. Immediately following the game, all moms are invited to participate in the third-annual postgame Diamond Dig, presented by Elegant Jewelers.
 
Skeeters on ESPN3:
 
The Sugar Land Skeeters announced last week their ground-breaking, minor league baseball agreement with ESPN, who will gain the exclusive rights to place games on its digital and television networks. The deal will begin with Skeeters home game coverage throughout the 2014 season. Additionally, ESPN will host exclusive coverage of the Roger Clemens Celebrity Slam Softball Game (July 15) and the 2014 Atlantic League All-Star Game (July 16) live from Constellation Field.
 
All games will be produced live and may be accessible online at WatchESPN.com and SugarLandSkeeters.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and streamed on televisions through ESPN on Xbox LIVE to Gold members, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.


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