The former Florida quarterback who beat Kentucky regularly (but got knocked out that one time in Lexington) is now a baseball player. In his first game, he proved that no matter what he does, he will do it magnificently.
In Tebow’s first career at-bat for the Columbia Fireflies, he went yard over the right-field fence.
Tebow hits a two-run homer in his first minor league at bat. pic.twitter.com/sd04xyvPgW
– Carson Mason (@CarsonAnnMason) April 6, 2017
— Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) April 7, 2017
This is fantastic news…except that I wasn’t there to witness it firsthand. Visiting my sister in Columbia, South Carolina, on my final night in town he’s just two miles away, yet I am not in the stands to witness Tebow’s miracle. I could’ve been there to catch the baseball, sell it and subsequently quit the blog life. Instead, I have nothing but a reason to feud with her. Thanks, Christine.