Don’t close your eyes New York Mets fans — Tim Tebow might be in Queens sooner rather than later if he keeps hitting with power like this.
Apparently “Tebow Time” is becoming an almost daily occurrence now.
— Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) April 9, 2017
During today’s game against the Augusta GreenJackets, Tebow went yard with a three-run blast, helping lead the Fireflies to a commanding 6-0 lead, that led to an eventual win. The victory completed a four-game sweep over the GreenJackets.
Tebow crushed a home run in his first at-bat of the season earlier in the week. He was 1-for-5 in that game, with two RBIs in that win against the GreenJackets.
— Matt Dowell (@TheMattDowell) April 6, 2017
So far, Tebow is sporting a batting average near the Mendoza line, as he’s hitting .231. He’s just 3-for-13 on the year, but two of his three hits have landed over the fence.
Tebow’s slugging percentage currently sits at .692, showcasing his extra-base ability in just a small sample size. It’s early on and it’s only Low-A ball, but so far he hasn’t looked too bad.
Although, remember a few weeks ago towards the end of spring training when he attempted to face Cy-Young winner Max Scherzer? If you don’t, allow us to remind you.
Tim Tebow hits against Max Scherzer.
It's fun and eventful, and for Tim, it doesn't go well. pic.twitter.com/4oZabpjOYS
— Jay White (@JayWhiteSports) March 27, 2017