It's been less than a week since former Florida Gators and NFL quarterback Tim Tebow announced that he would be pursuing a professional baseball career. Tebow, who hasn't been on an NFL roster since 2012, received his first professional baseball offer from the Schaumburg Boomers -- an independent Frontier League team based in Schaumburg, Illinois.
Now, it appears that Tebow is already making some money off of his brand new baseball career by signing memorabilia to give to fans. He hasn't signed with a team yet, obviously, but given Tebow being a household name, there is definitely a market for this kind of stuff.
When Tebow announced that he would be embarking on this new career path, he said that he would hold a tryout for all 30 MLB teams to come and watch later this month. Video surfaced last week of him hitting balls in a batting cage, which surprisingly didn't look all that bad. We'll see how his tryout goes later this month.
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