Tim Tebow is still most known as a former Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, but he is doing things for the New York Mets at the moment.
His latest thing? Reportedly getting injured the same way I do when I'm trying to play kickball in flip flops.
The grounds crew member who allowed a sprinkler head to be in that position will now, naturally, not be allowed in heaven. Those the rules when you mess with Tebow.
Recently, the idea of Tebow inevitably making the team's Major League Baseball roster began making the rounds.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson believes Tim Tebow will make it to the Major Leagues. We know this because he literally said so.
"I think he will play in the Major Leagues."
It is worth noting Alderson said that down in Florida.
Anyway, according to the New York Daily News, Tebow will likely start in Double-A Binghamton. Moreover, that it wouldn't shocking if the former Florida Gators quarterback made it to the Major League Baseball roster by September.
Tebow, who is somehow only 30, began his voyage toward the Big Leagues last season. By the time that journey was over, he advanced from Class A Columbia to Class A Advanced St. Lucie. Not exactly going through the ringer there, but he had to start somwhere.
Overall, he hit .226 with eight home runs in 126 games. The numbers weren't impressive, but some still believe that Tebow's raw power could be fully harnessed if he if is able to improve his ability to make contact.