Pro athlete, Tim Tebow, is gearing up to make his minor league baseball debut.
The New York Mets organization has assigned him to play ball with the Columbia Fireflies, a class A minor league squad. He will make his minor league debut on April 6, 2017 when the Fireflies take on the Augusta GreenJackets.
— Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) March 22, 2017
Tebow had a rough spring training.
Tebow appeared in seven games for the New York Mets during spring training, batting .200 with four hits and six strikeouts. – via ESPN (Isaac Chipps)
Tim Tebow is a two-time NCAA national champion, Heisman trophy winner, winning NFL Quarterback (17 TD, 9 INT), and sports analyst. Most importantly, he lives by these words: “True success is not measured in physical possessions, but in the amount of lives that you change.” He has what it takes to overcome whatever challenges are thrown at him in baseball.
Below is a Trip Lee video that features a dope Tim Tebow line.
Keep Tebow in prayer as he strives to glorify God through his talents!