Former quarterback Tim Tebow will hold his baseball showcase at the end of the month in an attempt to pursue a new sport.
A controversial pathway for former college football icon Tim Tebow is beginning to gain traction.
According to Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball, his showcase for major league baseball teams will take place on August 30 in Los Angeles. The general public will not have access.
Tebow showcase for teams is Aug. 30 in LA. Closed to public.
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) August 23, 2016
This will be a substantial day not only in Tebow’s career but in his life. It will be the day in which representatives from teams decide if this is simply a publicity stunt, or if he is worthy of entering a minor league system.
The decision to pursue a professional career in baseball has certainly brought about various reactions, good and bad:
Does he have what it takes? Well, you be the judge of that:
Tim Tebow is now pursuing a professional Baseball Career. Does the swing work? pic.twitter.com/wrQb208NyT
— LineDrivePro Trainer (@Line_Drive_Pro) August 10, 2016