The Nationals' ace strikes out five in three innings, and now has three career spring training strikeouts of the Mets' Heisman Trophy winner — on 10 pitches.
Tim Tebow’s at-bat against Max Scherzer did not last very long.
A columnist for the Orlando Sentinel says Tim Tebow "will someday become the most influential Christian leader in our country." God, let's hope not.
We’ll be in the full immersion of the Scouting Combine later this week, but for the moment, we have to sprinkle in the near-football news where we can. According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, Mets minor-leaguer and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is nursing a sprained left ankle after proving himself unable [more]
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Tim Tebow has already suffered his first baseball injury this spring training. The former quarterback was taken down by a sprinkler head in a freak accident. The New York Mets hopeful tripped over the sprinkler head while running inShow More Summary
Tim Tebow has been limited to batting practice after injuring his ankle.
Tim Tebow suffered a minor setback in what he hopes will be a journey to the major leagues, spraining his left ankle in a fluke accident in which he tripped over an outfield sprinkler head. The New York Mets announced the injury, saying Sunday that the former NFL quarterback is limited to taking batting practice […]
For the time being Tebow is limited to taking batting practice and is listed as day-to-day
Tim Tebow may get a lot of criticism after switching careers from football to announcing to baseball, but it’s hard to deny that the dude CAN hit. If you have any doubts, this clip of the former Florida quarterback taking batting practice should clear them up quickly. While up to take some cuts, Tebow sent one […]
In an interview with CNBC, Tim Tebow said he still has offers to go play football at positions other than quarterback.
New York Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson raised some eyebrows recently when he said Tim Tebow’s foray into baseball is a lot more than just a gimmick. Alderson rebuffed those who think Tebow has no business on a baseball field by saying, “I think he will play in the major leagues.” The odds say otherwise. [more]
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It's entertainment. Tim Tebow arrived at spring training Sunday for his first big league camp.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson said Sunday that Tim Tebow will play in the major leagues at some point.
Here's another episode of "Playing It Coy," starring Tim Tebow... who says he really doesn't know whether he'd consider signing with the XFL. Tebow was gentlemanly as ever when we got him at LAX on Tuesday -- but when the topic of Vince…
Gang Green’s half-century Super Bowl drought is destined to end next year. When Tom Brady’s last-second Hail Mary fluttered harmlessly to the ground and the clock hit triple zeroes on the evening of Feb. 4 in Minneapolis, it marked more...Show More Summary