Folks, we have some pretty big news to report out of Arizona.
By now you probably know Tim Tebow has ditched football and is pursuing a baseball career in the New York Mets’ farm system. He currently is playing for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League, and his career got off to a pretty interesting start when he crashed into a wall and later comforted a man having a seizure.
But he still was hitless until this happened Tuesday:
“It feels good,” Tebow told MLB.com of his first hit. “You know, I feel more and more comfortable with every at-bat, and just seeing pitches and getting rhythm and timing down. Just trying to get more at-bats and get through them. But it felt good.”
And with that, his batting average improved to .063.
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