If you haven’t watched ESPN in the last month and a half, former quarterback and current SEC Network analyst Tim Tebow is now a professional baseball player. Tebow signed a minor-league contract with the New York Mets earlier in the month, and during his first instructional league game between the Mets and the Cardinals today in Florida, he hit a home run on the first pitch he faced. Of course.
HOME RUN TIM TEBOW!
– SEC Network (@SECNetwork) September 28, 2016
Here’s another view:
Tim Tebow hits a ding ding on his first pitch seen in professional ball ðŸ˜³ pic.twitter.com/iZJcLg0mnr
– Kent (@RealKentMurphy) September 28, 2016
I tried for years not to like Tebow, but I actually really enjoy him as a football analyst. And, probably, as a baseball player too.