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The other quarterback participating in spring training, Tim Tebow, remains hitless in two games since returning from a sprinkler head scare, but no worries, he’s still delivering the goods in batting practice.
MLB.com Mets beat writer Anthony Dicomo continues his stellar work on HR Tim’s BP prowess, illustrating today which shed Tebow put a pounding on. He reportedly even wowed a teammate with the moonshot:
Tim Tebow just hit the roof of a different shed during batting practice. Not as long as his roughly 450-foot shot last week, but enough for teammate Luis Guillorme to let out an audible, "Wow." #Mets pic.twitter.com/dVMW6tisWi
— Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) March 1, 2018
Tebow has gone 0-4 combined in games against the Astros and Braves, though he did get fans buzzing after an opposite field flyout on Tuesday:
— SNY (@SNYtv) February 27, 2018
We lightly mock Tim, but at least he’s actually playing in games unlike the wacko from the Seahawks who’s doing nothing but hitting BP, taking groundballs (to the face), and telling people to drink water to deal with concussions.