Not-So-Tiny Tim

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In the first pitch of the first at-bat of his first baseball game, Tim Tebow crushed a home run.

Tim Tebow’s first professional baseball game, of sorts, yielded an immediate highlight as the telegenic Heisman Trophy winner and two-time national champion quarterback hit a home run on the first pitch he saw in a game against a team of St. Louis Cardinals farmhands.

Tebow, 29, is likely the oldest player populating instructional league games in Florida, and the 255-pound outfielder did not waste time showing he’d like to advance with some dispatch through the New York Mets system, hammering a pitch just to the left of dead center field in Port St. Lucie, Fla.

In fairness, Tebow went 1-for-6 yesterday with no strikeouts, so he’s already better than Michael Jordan. I do, however, love the fact he homered in his first at-bat, if for no other reason than to silence the multitude of Tebow haters out there.

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4 thoughts on “Not-So-Tiny Tim

  1. I agree, Wyatt. It made my day to see that he hit a homer. All he was guilty of was being a Christian and living his faith. The elites and MSM forgot all about being inclusive and crucified the poor guy. Karma…..alive and well, it seems.

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  2. Proof – Yes and yes. He may never make it to the majors, but I’ll still support him. If nothing else, he is a terribly decent man.

    Metoo – Their problem is he’s Christian and means it, unlike some athletes who thank “god” and go out and get into trouble.

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