This Day in Skeeters History: May 22

On this day in 2014, the Skeeters collected a 5-4 extra-inning walk-off win over the York Revolution at Constellation Field. While there was a thrilling ending to this contest, it was the start of the game that was one of the most anticipated in Skeeters history. Getting the start on the mound was NBA Hall-of-Famer Tracy McGrady, one of his three starts at Constellation Field, including the 2014 Atlantic League All-Star Game. This was undoubtedly McGrady’s finest start with the Skeeters, throwing 2 ⅔ scoreless innings and allowing just one hit before passing the baton to the Skeeters bullpen. McGrady made five starts for the Skeeters, including the All-Star Game, and his outing on May 22, 2014, was the longest of his Skeeters career. It was also one of his two scoreless outings with the Skeeters. The former Houston Rockets great watched from the dugout as former Major Leaguer Gary Majewski tossed two scoreless innings of relief to send the game to extras and fellow former big leaguer Nick Stavinoha ended things with a walk-off single in the 10th inning.