Tim Tebow is ready for the likes of Clayton Kershaw and Max Scherzer!
Well...let's pump the breaks a bit on that thought. However, Tebow's minor league career is off to a strong start. During a Thursday game with the Columbia Fireflies (The New York Mets Single-A affiliate), Tebow took the first pitch he saw and rocketed it over the left-center field wall:
— Matt Dowell (@TheMattDowell) April 6, 2017
It was Tebow's first official at-bat during the Minor League season. He was positioned seventh in the Fireflies' batting order.
Somewhere, Skip Bayless is absolutely elated over this news.
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