New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow was signing autographs on Tuesday after an instructional league game in Scottsdale, Arizona, when a nearby fan suffered a seizure. The former Heisman Trophy winner told reporters on Wednesday that it was a no-brainer to comfort the man during the scary situation.
According to ESPN.com's Adam Rubin, Tebow put the situation in perspective after he stood beside and prayed for Brandon Berry:
Let me ask you a question: What would be more important, that I go to the locker room and I get on the bus and we get back a little bit quicker? In my opinion, it's not even a choice.
Tim Tebow went 0-for-3 at the plate in his first Arizona Fall League game on Tuesday. But it was a remarkable day nonetheless.
In his first game for the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League, former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow went 0-for-3 and (...)
As Tim Tebow signed autographs for fans following his Arizona Fall League debut on Tuesday, a man collapsed in the stands behind him which led the 29-year-old Scottsdale Scorpions' player to lay hands on him and pray for healing.
Tim Tebow did not have a great day as a baseball player Tuesday, going 0 for 3 at the plate and slamming into the outfield wall during his Arizona Fall League debut. But as a person, Tebow continues to impress. While signing autogra...