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ESPN's Keith Law Calls Tim Tebow A Farce And An Imposter

ESPN baseball writer Keith Law, who has spent a good chunk of his adult life scouting and evaluating minor league baseball players, finally made it out to the Arizona Fall League to get a good look at Tim Tebow. He was not very impressed with what he saw. Read more...
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